WILMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
You and I cherish the same American ideals — ever larger freedoms, ever brighter oppor-
tunity for individual fulfillment for our citizens and for all mankind. We share the continu-
ing task of perpetuating these ideals and translating them into reality. It is not my job alone,
nor yours alone. It is ours together.
No one realizes more than your President that success will depend in large measure upon
the priceless legacy you carry away from these halls: the knowledge you have won here; the
stronger and more certain faith in yourselves that has been born here.
The White House
Table of Contents
Faculty and Administration 5
Sports 1 3
Senior Activities 35
In sincere appreciation, we, the class of 1967, dedicate our yearbook to Mr. Roger Breakey.
For the past two years he has selflessly aided us in planning our future. For each one of
us he has been truly concerned and always available. We will all remember him as a friend.
x Class Advisor
To the Class of 1967:
The School Committee joins with me in extending
warmest congratulations to you on the completion of
your high school program of studies.
Your class has made an enviable record for itself
these past four years, and we would like to take this
opportunity, on this very special day in your lives, to
publicly acknowledge your contributions to the heritage of
Wilmington High School. Your scholastic achievement
has been excellent, your conduct exemplary, and your
concern for your fellow students very real and personal.
Our best wishes go to each and every one of you
for success as responsible citizens, as worthy home
makers, and as individual human beings in the years
Harold S. Shea
HAROLD S. SHEA,
Superintendent of Schools
Seated: Harold S. Shea, Superintendent; Robert Tadgell, Arnold Lanni, Diana Imbimbo. Standing: George Robertie, Richard
Keene, William Fay Jr., Walter Pierce, Assistant Superintendent.
Congratulations upon your graduation from Wil-
mington High School! To state that your Commence-
ment Day is fraught with troubled times would be
an understatement, but when have we not had
troubled times? The troubled times, however, will
not be resolved by sit-ins, demonstrations, placards
and riots, — rather, the sound application of delibera-
tion, judgment and the making of new laws to-
gether with the revision of existing laws.
Many of the problems confronting you have been
your inheritance. Others will be created by you.
Their solution will depend upon your common sense,
education and decision, — not by emotionalism.
The future is yours — may it bring you success
with fairness, decency and justice.
BERNARD P. McMAHON
MR. McMAHON, Principal
MR. HAMBELTON, Vice Principal
MR. KELLEY, Vice Principal
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Seated: Mrs. Kaplan, Mr. Hamilton, Mrs. Horwitz, Miss Hellmer, Standing: Mrs. Shea, Miss Simmons, Mrs. Cronin, Mr. Gardner, Mr.
Grecoe, Mrs. Aldrich, Mrs. Seidler, Mrs. Elliot.
Seated: Miss Halpin, Mr. Kelley, Mr. Babcock
Standing: Mr. Duquette, Mr. Lynch, Mr. Jones.
Seated: Miss Dadoly, Dr. Farello, Miss Lehan, Miss Tellier.
Standing: Mr. Fardy, Mr. Krey.
Seated: Miss Martinelli, Mrs. Baran, Miss Condrey.
Standing: Miss Palladino, Mrs. Schrock.
Seated: Mr. Beaton, Miss LeBauer, Mr. Cogan.
Standing: Mr. Keady, Mr. Smigliani, Mr. Saarinen.
Sealed: Miss Frankavski, Mrs. Webber, Miss Kazalski.
Standing: Mr. Shiere, Mrs. Crowley, Miss Catalano, Mr. Morey.
Seated: Mr. Lentine, Mr. Hambelton. Standing: Mr. Dicey, Mr. De-
George, Mr. Pollard.
Mr. Hamilton, Miss Sharp, Mr. Breakey
Standing: Mrs. Woessller, Mr. Graceffa, Miss Kalil
Sitting: Mr. DeGrazia.
Miss McCarthy, Mr. Bellissimo, Miss Hedrick, Mr. Palm.
Miss Carriere, Mrs. Lowry, Miss Spang.
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First Row: Billy Walls, Hank Devlin, Jack Gillis, Paul Maloney, Roland Wood, Bobby Flores, Co-Captains Rick Ely and
Dick Doucette, Eddie Gillis, Jimmy Cushing, Wes Kobylac, Billy Sheehan, Mike O'Rourke. Second Row: Coach Bellissimo,
Bobby Barry, Jimmy Tildsley, Jerry Land, Danny O'Connell, Jimmy Brewster, Jimmy Kennedy, Tommy Ely, Doug Keller,
Jimmy Moore, Allen Greene, Bob McAllister, Coach Palm. Third Row: Billy Pickowitz, Danny LeDuc, Gary Hebsch, Chuckie
Casey, Doug Smith, Jack Irwin, Jack Burns, Eddie Harrison, Dickie Reitchel, Bobby Stewart, George Phillips, Kevin Mac
Millan, Robert Quandt.
Kneeling: Paul Maloney, Roland Wood, Jack Gillis, Wes Kobylac, Rick Ely, Eddie
Gillis, Mike O'Rourke, Standing: Billy Sheehan, Billy Walls, Bobby Flores, Jimmy
Cushing, Hank Devlin, Dickie Doucette, Danny O'Connell.
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Terri Ricci, Betty Jacobson, Martha Mac Iver, Suzanne Coy, Barbara Peterson, Wendy Atkinson, Janet Parsons, Elaine Le
due, Maryanne Delaney Joni Johnson, Center, Judy Irwin, Captain.
Kneeling: Pam Godzyk, Pat Barden, Paula Godzyk, Marjorie Gamble, Co-Captain; Elaine
Zaverson, Co-Captain; Bonnie Gamble, Pat Silver. Standing: Barbara Nelson, Donna
Devine, Gretchen Piatt, Miss McCarthy, Ellen Horton, Beth Emery, Jane Emery, Ann
Kneeling: Chris Shea, Kevin Lynch, Rick Russell, Glenn Cox, Edward Thomas, Joe Morassco,
Pat Moore. Standing: Mr. Saarinen, Charlie Arsenault, Steve Arsenault, David Knight, Frank
Harrington, John Frieburg, John Wolff.
Kneeling: Bobby Cassello, Bobby Flores, Captain Steve Donahue, Lenny Gustus, Peter Farrell.
Standing: Mr. Gagnon, John Brown, Donnie Miller, Billy Donahue, Billy Walls, Jackie Gi His, Donnie White, Coach
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L-R Allison Cox, Ann Cote, Linda Dolan, Susan Holbrook, Susan Winters, Chris Simard. Kneeling Captain Beth Holbrook.
SENIORS: Ann Cote and Beth Holbrook.
Kneeling: Dawn Williams, Connie Blomerth, Captain, Margie Gamble, Elaine Zaverson, Margaret Mac Mullin. Standing:
Mgr. Barbara Harvey, Coach Dadoly, Donna Devine, Barbara Peterson, Terri Ricci, Bonnie Drew, Betty Jacobson
Sandra Morrice, Martha Baker, Dottie Berger, Joanie Cushing, Mgr. Ginnie Allen.
Kneeling: Leo O'Connel, Jimmy Brewster, John Gennetti, Jimmy Cushing, Captain; Jack Irwin, Dave Trickett, Paul
Theriault. Standing: Coach Palm, Andy Sullivan, Eddie Gillis, Doug Keller, Don Currier, Bud Chamberlain, Gary
Irwin, Paul Costain, Dennis Topping, Mr. Muir, Roland Wood.
Sitting: Bobby Finney, Billy Steber, Danny O'Connell, Co-Captains Bobby Flores and Peter Farrell, Jackie Gillis, Donnie White, Eddie
Gillis. Standing: Jimmy Brewster, Bob Madigan, Billy Harrison, Mike O'Rourke, Billy Walls, Lenny Gustus, Dave Trickett, Coach Gilligan.
Co-Captain Bobby Flores, Coach Gilligan, Co-Captain Peter Farrell
First Row: Paul Maloney, Roland Wood, Dickie Doucette, Glenn Cox, Dave Boeri, Mr. Muir, Second Row: Andy Sullivan, Paul Zaverson,
George Phillips, Mike Wright, John Friberg, Mr. Carr. Third Row: John Wolff, Robert Stanley, Mark Winchell, Rick Russell, Frank
Harrington, Robert Quandt. Fourth Row: Hank Devlin, John Hanrahan, Danny Ballou, Joe Morasco, Buddy Turner.
Co-Captain Glenn Cox, Mr. Muir, Mr. Carr, Co-Captain Dickie Doucette
Left . . . but not forgotten.
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Row 1: Cynthia Enos, Robin Reese, Anne Bovits, Eddie Cuoco, Gerry Land, Chuckie Gilbert, Diane Mirisola, Susan Gilbert, Louise Berkle, Debby Dayton.
Row 2: Al Graceffa, David Molone, Chuckie Mclnnis, John Cuoco, Steven White, Bobby Hand, Kathy Johnson, Nedra Rhodes, David Paulsey, David
Langley, Paula Cone. Row 3: Pat Silvers, Phillip Krey, John Robertson, Frank Harrington, David Mason, Paul Kelly, Donald Hill, Mark Ames, Susan
Keane. Row 4: Bobby Cuoco, Barry Kennedy, Joseph Stone, Gretchen Piatt, James Williams, David Bodenstein, Barbara Nelson, Wayne Aruda, Carl
Schiavone David MacEachern. Row 5: Andy Gianino, Shirley Dawson, Peggy Martin, Gail Bannister, Jill Dunlap, Mary Caile, Tom O'Hare, David Winters,
Philip Krey. Row 6: Paul Mason, Walter Carney, Shem Krey, Angelia Riccelli, Kenny Foberg, Angelo Morlani, Tommy Silvers, John Laquidara, Larry Perry,
Seated: Karen Sevener, Denise Carter, Ann Robertie, Rita Jones, Sandra Smith, Robbin Reese, Sandra Rowland, Marcia Grey, Edith
Young, Cynthia Enos Row 2: Linda Sullivan, Linda Arsenault, Debby Dayton, Nancy Forrest, Cathy Cone, Elaine Dahl, Charleen Gunn,
Betty Szadis, Row 3: Margaret Godfrey, Stephen Hull, Barry Levas, Bill Downs, Jon Savage, Tom Carter, Stephen White
Doris Luminello, Marilyn Boudreau, Andrew Petto, Albert Cuoco, Ralph Johnson, Debra Russell, Mr. Gardner.
Seated: Diane Houle, Jo-Anne Tierney, Dawn Williams, Paula Dunlap, Mike O'Rourke, Marilyn
Boudreau, Andrew Krey, Susan Keene, Wendy Evans. Standing: Janet Witham, Susan Berrs, Kathy
Filipowitz, Margorie Gamble, Philip Krey, Andy Petto, Dave Boeri, Mrs. Lewis, Advisor.
Seated: Louis Kleynen, Wes Kobylac, Bobby Cuoco, Andrew Krey, John Hamilton; Standing:
Andy Gianino, Mr. Jones, Advisor; Richard Lyford, Dave Boeri.
First Row: Jeanne Laquidara, Diane Scaro, Tanis Moody, Andrew Krey, Wayne Aruda, Ralph Whitney, Angela Riccelli, Second
Row: Miss Tellier, Advisor; Celia Pushee, Thomas Silvers, Terry Silvers, David Knight, Cecil Lancaster, Ann Blaisdell, Mr. Krey,
Advisor. Third Row: Phillip Krey, David Norton, Doug Maccallum, John Hamilton, Charles Funk, Richard Lyford, Michael
First Row: Andy Gianino, Beth Emery, Dawn Williams, Jo-Ann Tierney, Marjory Gamble, Marcella Gubellini, Angela Riccelli,
Susan Keene, Jane Emery, Robert McAllister. Second Row: Miss Halpin, Advisor; Bruce Baron, Andy Petto, John Wolff, Al Cuoco.
Barry Levas, Charlie Funk, Dick Ely, Harold Ten Huisen, Paul Kritter; Third Row: Don Phinney, Jerry Land, Gary Nelson,
Ed Thomas, Mike O'Rourke, Ron Thomas, Richard Lyford, Billy McDonough, David Knight.
First Row: Diane Johnson, Carolee Laughton, Deborah White, Marcia Cram, President; Vita Sinapoli, Vice President; Connie
Blomerth, Nancy Bryant Second Row: Miss Kulisich, Advisor, Nancy Miller, Janet Robbins, Nancy Forrest, Lynn Ellsworth,
Linda Chase, Third Row: Linda Campos, Joanne Miller, David Mai son, Rick Russell, Michael Kaszynski, Susan Phillips, Carolyn
First Row: Carol De Stafano, Linda Sullivan, Carol McMillan, Dolly Muir, Sylaina Kemp, Joyce Mac Iver, Janice McLean, Ann
Hyland. Second Row: Miss Spang, Advisor; Janice Fielding, Patricia Graves, Blanche Hanley, Maureen Gunn, Karen Lautz, Nancy
Miller, Third Row: Clare Haas, Carol McMelville Kathy Lounsbury, Kerry O'Rourke, Sharon Mahoney, Linda Kirby, Peggy
Seated: Leslie Meads, Susan Beers, Wesley Kobylak, President; Darlene Bryn, Standing: Andy Gianino, Anne Barry, Chris
Luken, Faye Beville, Bob Barry, Al Couco, Harry Landers, Joni Johnson, Mr. Grant, Advisor.
Seated: Angela Ricelli, Andrew Petto, Marilyn Boudreau, Andrew Gianino, David Boeri Standing:
Michael Kaszynski, John Brown, Michael O'Rouke, Wendy Evans, Andrew Krey, Mr. McMahon.
F;'«/ Row: Martha Mac Iver, Jeanne Laquidara, Debbie Harlow, Celeste Bradley, Linda Bradley, Sandra Daley, Mary Ann
De Stefano. Second Row: Susan McLean, Rena Hamilton, Susan Martin, Cheryl Lester, Nancy Forrest, Suzanne Spiris.
First Row: Elaine Zaverson, Linda Evans, Chris Anderson, Sandy Farmer, Mr. Shiere, Advisor. Second Row: Elaine
Smith, Beverly Smith, Linda Kirby, Lulu Bridges, Beverly Bryant, Margaret MacMullen, Roberta McLaughlin.
Clara Boydon, Sharon Maloney, Leslie Russo, Mrs. Martin, (advisor)
Richard Lyford, Danny O'Connell, Glenn Cox, Daniel Lyons, Lorraine Kenney, Janice Gunn,
Caroline Kenney, Sandra Nickerson, Katherine Fillipowiitz, Donna Kirby, Diane Scaro, Tanis
Moody, Luci Gionfriddo, Gretchen Piatt, Jane Emery, Elyse Waller, Barbara Nelson, Beth
Ellen Robbins, Ann Robertie, Louise Berkle, Pam Hadfield, Diane Houle, Jeanne Laquidara,
Angela Ricelli, Andy Petto, William Meagan, Cathy Cone, Leslie Russo, Mrs. Aldrich, advisor;
Allison Cox, Susan Winters, Joyce Maclver, Linda Thebeau.
Seated: Linda Russo, Anne Ross, Janet Witham, Karen Sevener, Marilyn Boudreau. Standing: Mr.
Morey, advisor; Linda Holbrook, Linda Sullivan, Margaret Funk, Leslie Russo, Edith Young.
Fran McLean, Treasurer; Mr. Hanson, Advisor; John Woodbury President; Barbara Nelson, Vice-
Gary Warford, Treasurer; Charlie Southmayd, Secretary; Jerry Land, Vice President; Eddie Gillis,
President; Miss LeBauer, Advisor.
Miss Kazalski, Advisor; Joyce Mac Iver, President; Peggy Mahoney, Secretary; Kathy Johnson,
Vice President; Marcia Carbone, Treasurer.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS:
President: Dave Boeri
Vice-President: Andy Giannino
Treasurer: Billy Kennedy
Secretary: Janice Robbins
Mr. and Miss W.H.S. — Martha Maclver and Dicky Dou-
Best Athletes — Bobby Flores and Marjorie Gamble
Class Pals — Sharon Aberle and Janet Perry
, Rick Ely and Mike O'Rourke
Best Build — Artie Bureau
Best Figure — Janice Robbins
Nicest Smile— Martha Maclver and Bobby Finney
Best Dressed — Bobby Flores
and Janet Perry
Most Likely to Succeed — Dave Boeri and
Most Versatile — Dave Boeri and
Quietest — Edith Young and
Sleepiest — Pat Chinappi and Lenny Gustus
Most Studious — Dawn Williams and Andrew Krey
Most Talkative — Dave Boeri and Martha Land
Class Sweethearts — Pam Mclnnis and
Tallest — Paul Maloney
Shortest — Roberta McLaughlin
Hottest Temper — Dicky Doucette and
Best Dancers — Martha Land and
Best Personality — Jo- Ann Licari
and Jon Brown
Best Actor — John Shemkus
Best Actress — Pam Phillips
Most Sophisticated — Tanis Moody and
Prettiest Hair- — Paul Theriault
and Linda Sullivan
Best Artists — Tanis Moody and Pete Farrell
Class Flirts — Martha Land
and Donnie Currier
Prettiest Eyes — Bobby Flores and Betsy Bowser
Handsomest — Paul Theriault
Prettiest — Elaine Zaverson
Most Popular Juniors — Terri Ricci and
Most Popular Freshmen — Joyce Maclver
and Harry Landers
Most Popular Sophomores — Eddie Gillis and Ann Bovitz
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Seniors In Action
the da** iif '67
QUEEN and HER COURT: Donna Dailey, Debbie Hall; Pat Chinappi; Blanch
Hanley, Queen; Martha Land; Janet Perry; Jo- Ann Licari.
June 8, 1967
Seated: Pam Mclnnis, Judy Irwin, Betty Smith, Jon Brown (Editor), Leslie Meads, Martha Maclver, Janice Robbins, Sharon Hembre, Blanche Hanley
Standing: Peter Farrell, Artie Bureau, Bobby Flores, Gail Roberts, Linda Thebeau, Sandy Jensen, Margaret MacMullin, Donna Hillier, Miss
Hellmery, Advisor; Joyce Field, Jo-ann Licari, Mike Caira, Linda Evans, Faye Beville, Dorsy Patterson, Dave Boeri.
Miss Hellmer — Yearbook Advisor
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John Shemkus, Andrew Krey, Dave Boeri, Mike Caira, Miss Hellmer, Mike Barry.
Pam Phillips, Judy Allard, and Tanis Moody.
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Herbert C Barrows Auditorium
Nov. 26, 1966 8 p.m. Admission $1.00
Judy Allard and Billy Kennedy
Pat Chinappi, Paula Dunlap, Charlotte Guerra, Queen Diane Peterson, Dorothy Muir, Blanche Hanley, Chris Anderson, and
The Shadow of
by the Senior Class
June I, 1967
at the Colonial Country Club
The Queen and her escort.
RONALD WOLFF, valedictorian
Today's teenagers are more politically minded than ever before. Hardly a day passes
without newsworthy mention of another student body protest ag?inst some inequity in
society. And it's good that we young people take such an interest, for many of our
elders would rather not. Instead, they talk forever about the mess at Berkeley, ig-
noring their messes in Watts, Washington, and Saigon, which we as adults will
What is this "mess" at Berkeley that everyone is always talking about? It is the
very same "mess" that we find in Greenwich Village, Harvard Square, Haight-Ash-
bury, or any other center where young dissenters congregate. Granted, these "hippies"
dress avantgardely, wear long hair — both sexes, too! — smoke marijuana, and protest
frequently. But beneath this "messy" surface, these "hippies" plea that society should
"make love, not war." Why don't we take their advice?
Today's Americans have lost sight of their ideals. Instead of treating everyone as our
equal, we call others "nigger", "Jew", "little brown brother." In a world where
eighty percent of the people are non- white, is this the proper attitude to take ? ? ?
Fortunately, many of today's teenagers think not. While our "B-52's rain death and
destruction on Vietnam," thousands of idealist students are teaching poor illiterates
throughout the world to read and write, as well as helping them to grow and build
schools and youth centers. In California five hundred Berkeley students devote six
hours a week to tutoring West Oakland Negroes; others will help the Job Corps
effort this summer. So this is the "mess" at Berkeley?
America's youth has assumed more than its share in socially uplifting the world's
indigent. We have also taken political stands that are neither safe nor popular. We
reject the way in which our Negroes have been forced to live in substandard housing,
attend substandard schools, receive substandard wages. People still wonder why we have
riots at Hunters Point, in Watts, and in Harlem; when the Black Panthers marched
into California's Senate Chamber, everyone was shocked. But how would we react
after a life in Roxbury as second class citizens??? This is a "mess" that our generation
must "clean up".
The war, too, is our business. Most of the troops in Vietnam are teenagers; and
many from this graduating class will find themselves there, if the war does not end
soon. Not all of the soldiers support our cause, as evidenced by the many letters
sent home by our fighting privates. In answer to these pleas, teenagers have marched
against the draft and the war throughout the nation. Too often, though, youth forms
the majority of such demonstrations, as at San Francisco's Kezar Stadium, where we
composed seventy five percent of the 70,000 present. And too often does our
government ignore these protests, insisting that the consensus of popular opinion sup-
ports the war. Many have also refused to bear arms, preferring to perform more humani-
tarian services in a 1-0 status, working in military hospitals stateside. These conscientious
objectors have therefore been called selfish and unpatriotic, and many have been
severely reprimanded. This, in a country where the whole essence is that we do only
those things that we voluntarily select to do.
As for the other "messy" legacies willed to us, America's youth has shown an honest
desire to clean them up, too. In fact, many adult legislators validly argue that eighteen-
year-olds should be enfranchised, because we show more concern about world affairs
than do our parents! Already one out of every two Americans is under twenty five.
Although our present national leaders represent the older segment of our population,
I hope that we'll see a younger government before the century's end. So it remains to
us, our nation's future adults, to ensure that the hippies' plea to "make love, not war"
does not go unheeded. When we cease claiming conscientious objector status in the
wars on poverty and against discrimination, then we can call ourselves true Americans.
By fulfilling this goal, we will make a better world for ourselves and our posterity.
Reverend Clergy, Mr. Shea, Mr. McMahon, members of the
school committee, teachers, parents, invited guests, fellow
I am very honored to welcome you, on behalf of the class
of 1967, to our graduation ceremony. We have had twelve
memorable years of schooling — learning and working to the
best of our ability — in preparation for this moment. The
Bible says, "A man's wisdom makes his face shine." I am
sure you will agree as you gaze at our graduating class.
We are grateful to those who have given us knowledge.
To our parents and teachers we owe much, for they have
helped mold our convictions and ideas. "The words of the
wise heard in quiet are better than the shouting of a ruler
among fools," reads Ecclesiastes. And so we have been guided
by the words of the wise.
We have learned many good things from you. But we have
also heard theories on brotherhood and love, while simul-
taneously seeing very different ones practiced. A modern
songwriter aptly observed: "Hate your next-door neighbor;
but don't forget to say grace." Some people are hypocrites.
They seem to believe loving your neighbor is for the other
Our generation is developing a new set of standards and
trying new ideas. This generation is candid, open, critical.
We find fault with the trend to thinking great thoughts and
doing nothing about them. The majority of us are optimistic,
idealistic. We are ready to cure society's ills, improve man,
and obtain peace — but not at the cost of freedom. Perhaps,
as we have been told, experience will dull our enthusiasm.
But each of us, I am sure, has his own plan to improve the
world, in his own way, be it large or small. We, the class
of '67 have great plans for the world. May I borrow the
words of a wonderful song:
Move over sun, and give us some sky
We've got some wings, we're eager to try,
We may not be known, but wait till we've flown,
You're gonna hear from us.
That we, the members of the class of 1967, of Wilmington High School, in the
County of Middlesex and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, being of sound and dis-
posing mind and memory, desire to have this, our last will and testament, read and
executed upon our passing from the world of petty homework assignments, in-school
suspension, term papers, physics lab reports, sociology classes disguised under the
name of Problems of Democracy, commando gym classes, and Mr. Kelley's sick jokes
into the college, military, or business world.
FIRST: To our teachers and principal we leave our familiar excuses for being tardy
and our argumentive ideas. Ken Foberg regretfully returns the leadership of the Hi<*h
School band to Mr. Graceffa. Marcia Cram leaves the Senior Class Play scenery to
Mr. Eager. Physics 402 leaves Miss Farello a spy-glass. All of Coach's gym classes leave
him a four-year hitch in the Marines. Betty Szadis leaves Miss Kalil a new typewriter,
and Steve White leaves her a stack of Dean Martin albums. The Senior Class leaves
Ronnie Wolff's hair locks to Mr. McMahon. Leslie Meads leaves Mr. Kelley eight
more years of teaching math to Meadses, and Dawn and Joanne leave him a roll
of lifesavers and one lunch table for anyone else who has to eat math for lunch.
The members of Chemistry 301 who graduated to Physics 401, leave Miss Dadoly a
bag of clean dirt and a book entitled, How to Make Glass. Marilyn Boudreau leaves
her all our winning softball games this year. Betsy Hodgkins leaves Miss Lehan two
female dumpy-winged fruit flies. Steve White leaves Mr. Cogan a mature diploma.
Betsy Hodgkins leaves a marijuana plant for Mr. Cogan's Problems of Democracy
classes, and Wendy Evans leaves Mr. Cogan a booklet entitled, Immature Adults or
True Love at Seventeen. Physics 402 leaves Miss Tellier a Corvette. Dawn and Jo
leave Miss Tellier a Happy Christmas or April Vacation, depending, and John Knowl-
ton leaves one-way tickets to Siberia for all the faculty.
SECOND: To the future seniors: Donna Hillier leaves all the gossip acquired
over the lunch tables during the last four years. Mrs. Webber's seniors leave all their
special work to the future seniors. Maureen Kasiznski leaves all the future senior
girls' gym classes to Miss McCarthy. Blanche Hanley leaves all the bulletins for the
new seniors to do. The Senior Class leaves to the future seniors a slightly used
guidance counselor, Mr. Breakey; and Dickie Doucette leaves all the fun and good times.
The seniors who went on the UN trip leave a road map to New York, and the hope
of a maturely organized and punctual field trip next year.
THIRD: To specific individuals: Andy Gianino leaves his old Indian feathers
and tomahawk to Mike O'Rourke, and to Maureen Kelly one walky-talky. He also
leaves his never-used English notebook to Sheila C. for her to both take notes as
well as write them. Betty Szadis leaves her sister all the fun she can have in the
next three years. Beth leaves Susan all of the unpaid checks in Friendly's. Arthur
Lloyd leaves Susan Keane locker number 940. Martha also leaves Jerry a few more
years of school. Dolly Muir leaves her homeroom and Mr. Fardy to her brother Ralph,
and also Lauris and Mary Ellen. Marjorie leaves next year's championship girls'
basketball team in the capable hands of Bonnie Drew and Dottie Berger. Pat Chinappi
leaves Frani her homeroom seat in 102. Deborah Curtis leaves Donna Fagone one
whole gym suit. Don Currier leaves locker number three to Jim Brewster. Robert
Cuoco leaves solo clarinet to Angela Riccelli. Wayne Christopher leaves Mr. Shiere's
zero seat to Bill Mutchler. Phyllis DeCosta leaves to Darken Bryn a green rabbit's
foot. Joyce Field leaves to her sister, Jan, all her well-used gym clothes and^her
business books. Linda Evans leaves to her cousin, Sheila, all her "jolly times" in
business classes with the girls. Lynn Fielding leaves her sister, Janice, all her business
teachers and her shorthand book. Joan MacDonald and Donna Dailey leave their un-
finished lab experiments to Miss Dadoly. Betsy Hodgkins leaves her temper to Elise,
and a sugar cube to Gary Belofsky. Sandra Jensen leaves to Beverly Wagstaff, one gym
suit and Wilmington High. Jo leaves her invisible sneakers to Patti. Connie leaves
her seat on the bench and her seat in drafting to Martha Baker. Martha Maclver
leaves the many fun-filled days to her sister Joyce.
FOURTH: To whom it may concern: Betsy Bowser and Cindy Case leave their
bunsen burner for Mr. Krey's chemistry class to any two deserving sophomore girls.
Elaine Zaverson leaves all her broken hockey sticks and bruises to next year's field
hockey team. Martha Maclver leaves rather unwillingly the honor of cheering for
the greatest football team ever. Jay Balser leaves the Chemistry Lab in one piece. All
the AGP math students leave their new booklet, How to Laugh at a Kelley Joke
Without Even Crying, to all prospective math students. Mike Kaszynski leaves his
twenty-seven suits and one ball point pen. The girls on the first table at second lunch on
Tuesdays and Thursdays leave their cherished gossip to anyone who has someone
to talk about. Richard Kennedy leaves twenty-four dollars for a new cafe table. Judy
Irwin leaves her worn out vocal cords and lots of worries to next year's cheerleading
captain. Sandy Farmer and Linda Evans leave Mrs. Webber to anyone in need of a
grandmother. John Lacey leaves his gym suit to a lucky freshman. Kathy Lawrence
and Margeret MacMullin leave two banana splits to be collected from Miss Dadoly to
any two deserving Softball players. Paul Maloney leaves his bottle of excedrin to the
football team. Tom Silvers leaves 100 pounds of fat, suitable for frying, to-be divided
up evenly among anyone who wants it. Also, he leaves a complete wardrobe with a
forty-four inch chest, a forty-five inch waist, and a twenty-nine inch leg. Jim Cushing
leaves football shirt number fifty to anyone who thinks he can fill it. English 401 leaves
its battle to read any English book without a note from "Mommy." The seniors in
homeroom 103 leave Mr. Grecoe to any patriotic souls. Dawn, Wendy, and Marjorie
leave their booklet, 101 Last Minute French Skits, to next year's French classes. Angie
Morlani leaves one used bari sax in good condition, plus 1,352 ball point pens, pencils
and other writing implements. Roberta McLaughlin leaves a gym suit to whoever can
fit into it. Dolly Muir leaves her dark auburn hair dye to anyone who wishes to use
it. She also leaves her many excuses for getting out of gym class. Leo O'Connell leaves
his hockey shirt to the next goalie who can fill it, and he also leaves all of his calm
moments in a thimble. The senior girls in Type 301 leave room 206 in a hurry.
Billy McDonough leaves his job at Sweetheart Plastics. Bob Hand leaves his girl-
friend, Kathy, to all the eyes of Wilmington High. Wayne Aruda leaves one over-
used, but very good, Italian Band Director. Marilyn Boudreau leaves to all Mrs.
Baran's future French students, her cold classroom. The senior football players leave
next year's team a great and exciting year. Ronnie Thomas leaves the chess set
in Room 202 to anyone with the ambition to start another chess club. Stuart Neilson
and Billy Hudson leave all their stink bombs to anyone who can use them without
getting caught. Linda Kirby leaves the second half of her Driver Ed. course to
anyone who can stand it. Carol Laughton leaves the jewelry she lost to the finders.
Wesley Kobylak leaves much to be done. In conclusion, the whole class leaves . . .
as quickly as possible.
We hereunto set our hand and seal to this, our last will and testament, on this
fourteenth day of May A. D. 1967.
Robert Burns once said, "An educated man stands as it
were in the midst of a boundless arsenal and magazine, filled
with all the weapons and engines which man's skill has been
able to devise from the earliest time." After twelve years of
public education we have acquired the basic tools with which
to build our futures. Some will put these skills and knowledge
to immediate use while others will continue their education
in the hope of becoming more proficient in a particular field.
Our progressive world demands such a foundation upon
which the individual can build and grow with our constantly
changing society. This framework allows us to branch out into
more specialized fields and perfect one aspect of our arsenal.
This individual, no matter what his skill or profession, in
some way contributes to the growth of our society. The
construction of a house, for example, requires the combined
talents of many people. The architect who designs the struc-
ture may have some wonderful ideas, but blueprints are value-
less without someone to transfer his ideas into something tan-
gible. Carpenters, painters, and electricians are among the
more obvious people involved in the construction of the house.
But who cut and treated the wood the carpenter uses, who
developed the weather resistant paint, and who was involved
in the assembly of the electrical circuits? Too often we only
give credit to people like the architect and don't stop to
consider the host of others who contributed to the materializa-
tion of his blueprints. True, he had the basic plan, but from
there it was taken out of his hands, depending solely on the
skill of others for its completion.
Specialization has become more and more evident in recent
years. In order to be a well-rounded person, however, it is
necessary to have a wealth of general knowledge. Each suc-
ceeding senior class is exposed to more knowledge than the
previous class, as schools try to keep the pace with advances
in our modern world. In closing I would like to paraphrase a
quote from Socrates. "There is only one good, knoivledge,
and only one evil, ignorance."
In September 1964, we entered Wilmington High School as freshmen. Under the
direction of Mr. Shea, we elected officers. Robert Marchant was elected president of our
class with David Boeri as vice-president, Pat Chinappi as secretary, and Andrew Gianino
as treasurer. Louis Kleynen and Wesley Kobylak were elected to the Student Council.
The next fall, under the leadership of Mr. Shea, we elected David Boeri president;
Andrew Gianino vice-president, Janice Robbins secretary, and Michael Caira treasurer. The
newly elected sophomore Student Council members were Leo O'Connell, Bill Kennedy,
and David Boeri. Our first dance, "Santas' Shindig," featuring the Playboys was an
outstanding success. We left in June with close to one thousand dollars in the treasury.
The top ranking sophomores — Wendy Evans, Andrew Krey, Dawn Williams, David
Boeri, and Malcolm Merenda — were awarded plaques at an assembly in June.
We returned as juniors with a new advisor, Miss Halpin. The slate of Officers differed
only in that Martha Land was elected treasurer. In November, our annual Thanksgiving
dance, entitled "Gobble-a-go-go" with the Crestriders proved to be a great success. On
April 25th the long awaited Junior Week began. Our first activity was the banquet on
Monday night. This was followed by a softball game at 6:00 a.m. Tuesday. Dress-up day
was on Wednesday and finally, after a quiet Thursday, Wilmington exploded on
Friday with a Crazy Day Parade down Church Street under police escort with
Kenny Foberg and company providing entertainment from a pick-up truck. Under the
direction of Miss Sharp, the Junior Variety Show was quite successful with Michael
Caira as Master of Ceremonies. Just one week later, the Junior Prom, entitled "Isle of
the Golden Dreams" was held in the gym. Jo-ann Licari and others worked many weeks
making decorations for this event.
Also during our busy junior year, Wilmington High School held its first annual
Student Government Day program. Elected to the Board of Selectmen were Wesley
Kobylak and Michael O'Reilly. Michael Caira was selected as Town Manager. Diane
Peterson, Betsy Hodgkins, Marilyn Boudreau, Ronald Wolff, and Michael Kaszynski
took five of the six positions for the School Committee. The Student Council also held
their elections and the successful junior candidates were Janet Witham, Betsy Hodgkins,
Connie Blomerth, and Wesley Kobylak.
After three successful years as underclassmen, we entered once again into the halls of
Wilmington High as Seniors. Under the direction of Miss Halpin again we elected
officers. David Boeri, Andrew Gianino, and Janice Robbins were all re-elected to their
offices. A new treasurer, William Kennedy, was elected. Our two dances, the Halloween
dance featuring the Five Beats and the Valentines Day Massacre were more than great
successes. Our Senior Class Play, "You Can't Take It With You," proved to be one of
the biggest successes ever. Mr. Hamilton did a fabulous job of directing the play.
A yearbook committee was founded early in the year, and John Brown was elected
In the Second Annual Student Government Day Program, members of the class of
1967 again won the majority of positions. The members of the Board of Selectmen, all
seniors, were Andrew Gianino, Andrew Krey, Paul Maloney, Ronald Wolff, and
Michael O'Rourke. John Brown was appointed Fire Chief, Mike Kaszynski Police Chief
and David Boeri as Town Manager. Seniors on the School Committee were Wendy Evans,
David Winters, and Marilyn Boudreau. John Brown was also elected to the State Stu-
dent Government Day which was held in Boston.
Our Senior Prom entitled, "The Shadow of Your Smile," was held at the Colonial
Inn in Wakefield on June 1, 1967. Mr. Graceffa and his orchestra provided the enter-
Our last class function before graduation was our Senior Banquet on June 8, 1967 at
Wilmington High School Cafeteria. Our graduation was held on the football field on
Wilmington High School on June 11, 1967, at 4:00 p.m.
And as we have completed our final year at Wilmington High School some leave
with regret, some with fond memories, while others leave happily.
"The class of '67 didn't learn anything about values — or maybe we didn't teach them
enough about values," said Mr. Shea rather disgruntledly as he swished the wallpaper
brush around in the paste pail.
"Yeah," replied Mr. McMahon, "What did we ever do to them to make them take
this kind of revenge? Didn't our P.O.D. classes explain to them how to use the right
"Sure, but that class never listened, member?"
"Oh well, they had it all figured out," answered Mr. McMahon. I guess Boeri and
Gianino were a strong combination. It was their organization that acquired the block
vote to lower the salaries of the administration. So here we are — hanging wallpaper, no
less — to earn enough money to make ends meet. It doesn't make cents !"
"Imagine Wendy Evans and Marilyn Budreau on the school committee, what dyna-
mos !" said Mr. Shea still swishing the wallpaper brush around.
"I could have told you they'd be like that five years ago," said Mr. McMahon.
"People are really predictable aren't they?"
"Somehow we knew that Artie Lloyd, Paul Farrell, Tom Park, Bob McPheeters and
Joe Giddings, along with Bill Lowell, Daniel Mein, Mike Barry, Dave Fox, Bob Madi-
gan, and Anthony Tedesco were cut out for the armed services. Imagine voting by absentee
ballot! Doug Prosser, Walter Perrault, and Sonny McKay were able to vote in person,
anyway. They were AWOL ! Wouldn't you know it.
"The girls who got married — Nancy Rowland, Barbara Traill, Suzanne Coy, Lynn
Fielding, Linda Lawrence, Chris Anderson, and Gail Brabant, and Cathy Roberson — all
persuaded their husbands to settle in Wilmington 'til at least this November. Joanne,
Jimmy and Michael are doing fine, but unfortunately Joanne is wearing the pants in the
house: she told Jimmy how to vote! Beth Holbrook is happily married and has four
kids, but they are all a little sick of having ice cream for breakfast, lunch and supper!
"John Knowlton and Walter Drew voted during the five minute break ! ! !
"Boeri won the selectman's seat by a close margin. Caira, his opponent received threat-
ening support from those "Sons of Italy." Their secretaries Sharon Aberle and Cathi
Anderson counted the ballots; therefore, I asked for the recount, and those other efficient
secretaries — Chris Luken, Phyllis DeCosta, and Diane DelRossi assisted by Donna Daily,
Roberta McLaughlin, Rebecca Baker, Martha Anderson and Maryanne Ethier — recounted
"Bill MacDonough, Bill Hudson, and Richard Ely formed their own construction
company already worth a few million. The bridge they built over the railroad on Shaw-
sheen Avenue collapsed after Mark Peters drove his truck over it. Those lawyers — would
you believe it — Wes Kobylak, Andy Giannino, and Bob Cuoco managed to prove that
construction was O.K. They couldn't help it if the cardboard got wet!! Steven Barry
and Roger Mitchell, other engineers, went to Italy to see what they could do about
the Tower of Pisa!
"Martha Land is teaching Latin in a high school near here. The class produced many
teachers— Marjorie Gamble, Cindy Case, Dave MacEachern, Nancy Weinberg, and Karen
Sevener. David Winters, Andrew Krey, Linda Sullivan, Edith Young, Peggy Funk, and
Marilyn Boudreau are also making youngsters miserable somewhere! They say that Wayne
Drew and Jimmy Cushing have a real Coach Bellissimo-Mr. Murphy system worked out in
"Turn down that radio, Mr. McMahon, and stop thinking about that band that Ken
Foberg leads. There you go again, pasting the wrong side of the wallpaper! The music
sounds good though, huh? That's probably Bobby Hand on the drums or could it
be Sonia? Morlani plays a beautiful oboe in this piece."
"Would you believe we even had a few scientifically inclined students. Ralph Whit-'
ney, though, had a few problems: he broke so many test tubes* he now blows glass!
Tom Silvers is Avco's most effective nightwatchman — he has his arsenal there! Bob
Flores was discouraged by calculus in college and is now working with the cemetery depart-
ment trying to figure out how to keep the grass from growing so fast so he can take time
off from mowing to see Judy. Richard Norton and Wayne Aruda are physicists. But Wayne
found out that physics just wasn't physics without a Tellier around ! He gave it up and is
now giving karate lessons at Humpty Dumpty School.
"John Brown organized an excellent fire department. With Leo O'Connell as first
lieutenant, they have declared chemical warfare on the fires in the high school's bathrooms !
Arthur Bureau and Kevin Carney fly a helicopter around town to report to Mike Kaszynski,
the Police Chief, when Robert Marchant is off his beat and behind the package store
. . . Mike appointed Erwin Hanke the truant officer. I'm sure he'll know all the tricks.
Peter Farrell couldn't decide between professional baseball or art. He tried out for
the Red Sox, didn't make it, and now has a job painting a mural on the clubhouse wall.
Connie Blomerth, Tanis Moody, Diane Johnson, and Marcia Cram are still trying to
figure out a way to make money without getting their hands dirty. Someone told Al
Devine he was colorblind, so now he's painting the lines on the highways. Did you
notice the pink one in front of the new Town Hall?
"Both Dave Norton and John Lacey nearly got killed making a killing on the stock
market. They survived to help Jimmy Duda expand his pushcart business to an inter-
national fruit exchange. Dennis McCarthy pilots one of his banana boats. Tommy De-
Felice, Robert Cassello, and Robert Finney trained local monkeys to help load the
boats. They now have a fantastic pilfering problem ! !"
"Did you know Tommy Magee owns this apartment house we're working in." asked
"No, I didn't — ah, here is the building superintendent. Maybe he will let us take a
break now," said Mr. Shea.
Paul Maloney came into the room just then, slipped on some scraps of wet wallpaper,
said something under his breath, and promptly fired them both.
The End of the Beginning . . .
SHARON LOUISE ABERLE
Shar . . . Activities: Basketball 1, 2; Dance Com-
mittee; Pep Club; Prom Committee 3, 4 ...
Remembers: All the great times with J.L. and C.A.,
pajama parties, sneaking to the girls' room after
lunch, all the gossiping in the corridors, writing
to a certain someone . . . Pet Peeves: People who
have no manners, people who are loud just to
attract attention, getting up in the morning, doing
homework . . . Ambition: To live an honest and
fulfilling life and to be a success in whatever I
MARTHA E. ANDERSON
Schatzie ... "I think" . . . Activities: Basket-
ball 1, 2; Business Club 3; Junior Variety Show;
Softball 1 ... Remembers: 8-3 ... Ambition:
To graduate from W. H. S.
"I KNOW I SAW IT HERE SOMEPLACE'
JUDITH ANN ALLARD
Judy ... "What?" ... Activities: Dance
Committee 2, 3, 4; Junior Banquet Committee;
Junior Variety Show usherette; Pep Club 1, 2;
Prom Committee; Senior Class Play . . . Remem-
bers: Miss Dadoly's lonely hearts club, summers
at Hampton with Diane and Anne . . . Pet Peeve:
My brother . . . Ambition: To marry a millionaire
CATHERINE L. ANDERSON
Cathi ... "Rhat Rid Rit?" ... Activities:
Booster Drive; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Guid-
ance Secretary; Junior Banquet; Junior Prom
Committee; Junior Variety Show; Latin Club 2;
Patron Drive; Pep Club; Ski Club . . . Remem-
bers: Ragon ralk, Hampton, L.S.'s car accident,
hating L.S., p.j. parties, "our" cousins, B.M., Jo's
pack of smokes, girls' room, weekends, J.V.S.,
Thanksgiving week at L.S.'s, Crazy Day Parade,
fad in my senior year . . . Pet Peeves: Girls with
hoop earrings, certain juniors, dull weekends . . .
Ambition: To become a teacher and to get mar-
CRYSTAL E. ANDERSON
Chris ... "Who, me? Really! Is that right?"
. . . Activities: Business Club; Dance Committee
2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Softball 2 ...
Remembers: Sneaking up to the girls' room after
lunch, the Junior Prom . . . Pet Peeve: Little
freshmen and sophomores running around like
they own the place . . . Ambition: To get out of
school, get a job and be successfully rich.
WAYNE D. ARUDA
Aroara ... "How much does this count?" ...
Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club Presi-
dent 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; ... Remembers: The sailor
on the C.Y.O. Trip to Washington . . . Pet Peeve:
The stupid experiments in Physics Lab . . . Am-
bition: To become a scientist and help someone
like Miss Dadoly helped me.
DEBORAH ANN ASHWORTH
Deb . . . "Ya know what?" . . . Activities:
Junior Variety Show . . . Remembers: Sitting in
the Guidance Office during lunch . . . Pet Peeve:
Inconsiderate people . . . Ambition: To live a
happy and successful life.
Becky . . . "Not really" . . . Remembers: Rush-
ing to the lunch room . . . Pet Peeve: Kids gather-
ing in a group in the corridors . . . Ambition: To
get out of school.
"Who cares? What good are ya?"
KAREN ANN BALDWIN
tivities: Basketball 3; Chorus 1; Dance Committee
2, 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4
. . . Remembers: Junior Week, Crazy Day, and
one certain day there wasn't any release time . . .
Pet Peeve: People who look down their noses
at others . . . Ambition: To graduate from nursing
Kar ... "I doubt it, You got a problem?" . . .
Activities: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey
1, 2; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Play Com-
Joe . . . Remembers: The people in the school
. . . Pet Peeve: Wise guy clicks . . . Ambition: To
get out of this school
JAMES ALAN BALSER
Jay ... "What now?" ... Activities: Art
Club; Dance Committee; Prom Committees . . . Re-
members: R.E.D. class, Prudential Life Insurance,
W.H.S. food, blowing up chemistry class and
Miss Dadoly, Woburn District Court, proms, going
to Boston, A.L.R. . . . Pet Peeves: 7th graders,
a certain girl who would always run away when
she was mad, stuck-up people . . . Ambition: To
get into conservation and wildlife, to have my
wife support me, to get a good car.
LOOK! WERE WINNING!
"Gee whiz" . . . Activities: Chorus 1, 2; Fu-,
ture Nurses Club 3,. 4; Junior Prom Committee;
Junior Variety Show Usherette . . . Remembers:
People always saying "Come on Martha!" . . . Pet
Peeve: Staying after school . . . Ambition: To
become a nurse.
"Ask me if I care!" .
Girl watching; smoking in school; and the grand
engineer or machinist.
Ambition: To become an
MICHAEL L. BARRY
Mike . . . "Dad, can I have the car?" . . .
Activities: Hockey 3, 4; Junior Variety Show;
Prom Committee 3, 4; Senior Class Play . . .
Remembers: My sophomore year, Hampton Beach
Pet Peeves: The town of Wilmington,
haircuts . . . Ambition: To graduate and own a
Thermo ... "You're out of your tree!" ...
Remembers: The mad rush to lunch ... Pet Peeve:
Slow walkers in the corridor that get in the way
. . . Ambition: To become an electrician.
FA YE BEVILLE
"Wait a minute" . . . Activities: Jun-
ior Prom Committee 3; Junior Variety Show,
Student Council 4 ... Remembers: Suzie Cream-
cheese, elevators, a red carnation, the summer
of '66 ... Pet Peeves: Unfriendly people, people
who never smile . . . Ambition: To get a good
secretarial position and to travel through the
U.S. and abroad.
THOMAS A. BOURQUE
Tommy . . . Remembers: Linda, my senior year
. . . Pet Peeve: Staying after school for Mr. G.
. . . Ambition: To be a traffic manager and to
own a G.T.O.
"Shh" . . . Activities: Field Hockey 3, 4; Junior
Variety Show . . . Remembers: Junior Week,
first year of field hockey . . . Pet Peeve: People
who talk during a movie . . . Ambition: To
become a Registered Nurse.
Gigi . . . "You Kook!" . . . Activities: Bas-
ketball 3, Homeroom Representative, Junior Dance
Committee, Softball, Yearbook . . . Remembers:
Mr. D's friendly attitude, a certain bet with the
basketball team . . . Pet Peeves: 50-minute class
periods, spending long hours after school . . .
Ambition: To marry my hon and to live a suc-
cessful life raising a football squad.
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CONSTANCE M. BLOMERTH
Connie ... "You gotta be kidding!" ... Ac-
tivities: Alpha 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Drama Club 2; Junior Variety Show; Student
Council 3 ... Remembers: Drafting classes and
girls' basketball team away games . . . Ambition:
To become an artist or draftsman and to travel
the country by car with three friends.
DAVID J. BOERI
Dave ... "He can't do that to us!" ... Ac-
tivities: Basketball 1, 2, 3; Boys' State Delegate 3;
Class President 2, 3, 4; Class Vice President 1;
Cross-country 1, 2, 3; Interact 2, 3, 4; Junior
Variety Show; National Honor Society; Senior
Play; Student Council 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Year-
book . . . Remembers: Crazy Day Parade, sopho-
more wars on seniors, the J.V. show, You Can't
Take it with You, arguing with Mr. McMahon . . .
Pet Peeves: The great do-nothings, a janitor who
took our sign . . . Ambition: To win an argument
with Mr. McMahon, to become a U.S. Senator,
and to succeed Johnny Most.
MARILYN MAUD MARIE BOUDREAU
Mai ... "Really? You're kidding!" ... Ac-
tivities: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; French Club 4;
Junior Banquet; Junior Prom Committee; Junior
Variety Show; Latin Club 3; National Honor
Society; Ring Committee; Senior Play; Softball 1,
2, 3, 4; Student Government 3 ... Remembers:
Mr. Eagar's Latin classes, Mr. Kel ley's jokes,
P.P.'s funny expressions at play rehearsals, war
on freshmen . . . Pet Peeve: Conceited people . . .
Ambition: To be an elementary teacher.
Candy ... "Big charge!" ... Activities: Busi-
ness Club 4; Senior Play Committee; Softball 2
. . . Remembers: All the wild rides with K.C.,
M.S., and N. OB. ... Pet Peeve: Mr. K's
announcements after school . . . Ambition: To be-
come a bookkeeper.
WE MAY BE DOWN, BUT WE'RE NOT OUT . . . YET
JOHN BROWN, JR.
J. B. ... Activities: Alpha Staff 1; Cross-
country 1; Football 4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4;
Junior Variety Show; Latin Club 2 Prom Com-
mittee 3, 4; Ring Committee 3; Student Govern-
ment Representative 4; Track 4A . . . Remembers:
Betty; A Supernatural Sophomore class; Nookie
News; SS War; us; R.ED.; V.J.G.; a great
football team; the basketball team; when J.R.
was here; the Cape; the Beatles; "that night";
September 18, 1965; Schultz; a great four
years . . . Pet Peeve: People who think they un-
derstand me ... Ambition: To become a suc-
BEVERLY ANN BRYANT
Bev . . . "Hey great!" . . . Activities: Basketball
1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2 ... Remembers: 25 points
in one game, the rush to lunch ... Pet Peeves:
Conceited people and dumb teachers . . . Ambition:
To play basketball and graduate from high school.
HEY, HEY, WERE THE MONKEES'
Maury, Kiko, and Guin . . . "Fine" . . . Activi-
ties: Announcer for High School Basketball Games;
Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; Dance Committee
2, 3, 4; Junior Variety Show; Prom Committee
3, 4; Ring Committee; Senior Play; Sophomore
Class Treasurer; Town Manager on Student Gov-
ernment Day; and Yearbook Staff . . . Remembers:
Junior and Senior English, Variety Show, Senior
Class Play . . . Pet Peeves: Unnecessary subjects
and phoney people . . . Ambition: To become
Commissioner of Baseball and U.S. Supreme Court
Cam . . . "M-M-M" . . . Activities: Dance
Committees 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Junior Variety
Show; Prom Committee 3, 4 ... Remembers:
Kathy, running to lunch, SS war, 209 outhouse,
weekends, Highland Park, R.E.D. ... Pet Peeves:
Coach Bellisimo and grubs . . . Ambition: To go
to college and to be a success.
Thaddeus, Booza, Ted . . . "Hey Fella" . . .
Activities: Soccer 4 ... Remembers: Enabling
Mai Merenda to climb the corridor wall via pin
power . . . Pet Peeve: Those who pass trigonom-
etry . . . Ambition: To attend college.
Artie ... "What an idiot!" ... Activities:
Dance Committee 2, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4;
Track 2, 4 ... Remembers: Parties at Dave's,
chocolate chip cookies, Marshfield, the Rex, Marl-
boro St., sign for the Senior Class Dance, eco-
nomics with R. D., July 8 ... Pet Peeves:
Homework, bees, waiting in the lunch line, con-
ceited people, Mr. Dicey . . . Ambition: To be
successful in whatever I attempt.
"Hi Guys" . . . Activities: French
Club 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 4; Junior Variety
Show; Senior Class Play . . . Remembers: Junior
Week . . . Pet Peeve: Loud gum chewers . . . Am-
bition: To be a teacher.
Ginzola . . . "Who's buying?" . . . Activities:
Basketball 2, 3, 4 ... Remembers: Detention in
three different rooms, Bruins' games, King Score,
bus rides from J. V. games . . . Pet Peeves: But-
ton-down collars that aren't buttoned and paying
$3.00 for a $1.00 seat at the Garden.
PATRICIA ANN CHINAPPI
. . . "Oh that Tommy" . . . Activities: Busi-
ness Club; Class Secretary 1; Pep Club 3; Prom
Committee . . . Remembers: September 1, 1963;
Junior Prom; having Mrs. Horwitz for four
years . . . Pet Peeve: P. S. snapping his gum . . .
Ambition: To lead a successful life.
Wayno ... "All right!" ... Activities: Prom
Committee 3, 4; Senior Class Play . . . Remem-
bers: Mr. Babcock's expressions, 5-minute breaks,
smokes, salesmanship and law classes with Mr.
Shiere . . . Pet Peeves: School lunches, the time
from 8:10 to 2:20 . . . Ambition: To be 6'6" and
"Where are we going? Can I drive?" . . . Ac-
tivities: Junior Prom Committee; Tennis Club 2
. . . Remembers: My Junior Prom, Junior Crazy
Day, Decorating for the Junior Prom, working at
Sweetheart Plastics . . . Pet Peeve: Homework
. . . Ambition: To become a nurse.
Big G . . . "Let's go" . . . Activities: Alpha 4,
Basketball 1, 2; Cross-Country 2, 3, 4; Track
2, 3, 4 ... Remembers: Chelmsford cross-country
meet of '65 ... Pet Peeve: The school committee
. . . Ambition: To be successful.
KATHLEEN HELEN CONWAY
Kathy ... "Idiot!" ... Activities: French Club
4; Senior Class Play; Science Fair 4; Secretary for
Guidance Office . . . Remembers: All the fun with
M. S., D. N., and N. O'B. in Marshfield, the
chemistry lab ... Pet Peeve: Mrs. Baron's French
skits . . . Ambition: To become a Navy Nurse.
Annie . . . "Ho-K!" . . . Activities: Basketball
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 3, 4;
Junior Prom Committee; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4
. . . Remembers: Junior Variety Show, D. C. and
S. D.; Chemistry Lab 305; B. W, C. S., K. M.,
B. D., E. G.; a great football team . . . Pet Peeves:
Teachers that dislike seniors, underclassmen that
are taller than I ... Ambition: To be a good
secretary and marry a rich man.
Suzanne . . . "Really" . . . Activities: Basket-
ball Cheerleading 3; Football Cheerleading 4; Jun-
ior Prom Committee; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Softball
2; Sophomore and Junior Dance Committees . . .
Remembers: Cheerleading practices; walking to
class alone after Dennis graduated; parties in
'64 after the hockey games; D. O.'s house; Febru-
ary 19, 1964 ... Pet Peeves: 8:00 bell, people
who think they are better than everyone else . . .
Ambition: To be successful in work and then get
MARCIA I. CRAM
Mash . . . "I'm sorry, What's new? I doubt it"
. . . Activities: Art Club 1, 2, President 4;
Alpha 1; Concert Choir 3, 4; Dance Committee
2, 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; Senior Play; Tennis
Club 3 ... Remembers: Decorating the gym;
December 13, 1964; Beach Party; D. E. classes;
Civil Defense Class; Prudential Life Building . . .
Pet Peeves: W.H.S. bell system, term tests, boys
. . . Ambition: To become an art teacher, get mar-
Linda ... "I know it, I didn't know" . . .
Activities: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Homeroom
Representative; Junior Variety Show; Pep Club;
Prom Committee 3, 4; Ring Committee . . . Re-
members: Fights with L. G.; April 2, 1966; the
Bruins' games, M. L., D. W., L. C, never went
to; classes of '65 and '66; Donna F's P. J. party;
Dave's parties; Junior Week; hockey games of
'66 ... Pet Peeves: The draft, homework, people
who think they are better than others, lunch lines,
8:00 bell, M. L.'s gift of gab . . . Ambition:
To marry a certain boy and be happy.
DEBORAH J. CURTIS
Debbie ... "Terrific" ... Activities: Band 1;
Prom Committee; Ski Club; Softball . . . Remem-
bers: The Ragons; November 4, 1966; summer '64;
the S-H table in the cafe . . . Pet Peeve: Conceited
people who think they are better than others . . .
Ambition: To become a Registered Nurse and get
DAD, CAN I HAVE THE CAR? 1 "
Bobby . . . "Perish the thought" . . . Activities:
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee . . . Pet
Peeve: Two-faced people . . . Ambition: To
become Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
"You're kidding me?" ... Activities: Drafting
Standards Club . . . Ambition: To become a me-
chanical engineer, officer in the Air Force, or a
Don . . . "So let's go" . . . Activities: Hockey
2, 3, 4 ... Remembers: Junior Variety Show, Sen-
ior Play, Bruins' games, riding around with
B. M., Mrs. Horwitz, playing hockey, the teachers'
games, a '56 Pontiac, Teddy Greene, a '48 Ply-
mouth, running out of gas, losing the keys . . .
Ambition: To be a success in life and keep
Toe . . . "We had homework?" . . . Activities:
Football 1, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, Captain 4; Junior
Prom Committee . . . Remembers: My 50 yard
punt, classes with Mr. Fardy . . . Pet Peeve:
School lunches . . . Ambition: To become a
physical education teacher.
DONNA MARIE DAILEY
Pickles . . . "Really?" . . . Activities: Dance
Committee 2, 3; Junior Variety Show; Science
Fair 3; Secretary for Guidance Office; Usherette
for the Senior Play . . . Remembers: Junior Prom
Attendant; Miss Murphy's history tests . . . Pet
Peeve: Conceited people . . . Ambition: To become
an airline hostess.
PHYLLIS DE COSTA
Phil ... "I forgot" . . . Activities: Chorus 1, 2
. . . Remembers: Hockey games, lunch, the 2:20
bell, football games . . . Pet Peeve: Study 216
. . . Ambition: To become a secretary.
THOMAS DE FELICE
Tom . . . "You must be kidding" . . . Activi-
ties: Alpha Staff 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 ...
Remembers: chemistry classes, Gayle, going out
weekends, hockey games . . . Pet Peeves: People
who call me "Red light," people who don't like
JOHN P. DE GRAFFENRIED
De Graff . . . "Only five more days 'til the
weekend!" ... Activities: Dance Committee 2, 3,
4; Junior Variety Show; Prom Committee 3, 4;
Science Fair 1, 2, 3 ... Remembers: "V. S.", 209
outhouse, senior-sophomore war, card games,
Washington D. C, Hampton, the "Warlocks,"
the "Stones," the Plaza . . . Pet Peeves: The cafe,
Grubs, walking, "Spence," peasants.
DIANE MARIE DELROSSI
Brown-eyes . . . "Aggravation, I'm sorry" . . .
Remembers: Dances in Reading, B. M. in Mr.
Shiere's class, D. H. in Mrs. Horwitz's class,
Linda, a certain drummer boy . . . Pet Peeve:
Two-faced "best friends" . . . Ambition: To be-
come a journalist.
VIRGINIA LEE DE VELLIS
Vicki ... "I was thinking" . . . Activities:
Junior Variety Show . . . Remembers: Four fruitful
years with Mrs. Horwitz . . . Pet Peeve: People
who are inconsiderate of others . . . Ambition:
To become a model.
ELEANOR MARIE DENAULT
"What can I say?" . . . Activities: Basketball 1;
Dance Committee 2, 3; Field Hockey, Latin Club
2; Majorette 2, 3; Ski Club 2 ... Remembers:
Junior Crazy Day Parade, Mrs. Lewis' girls'
room, going to the library during studies . . . Pet
Peeves: lunches, two-faced and conceited people
. . . Ambition: To become a nurse and join
WITH THE HELP OF GUIDANCE
Al . . . "What?" . . . Activities: Alpha Staff;
Art Club; Football 1; Soccer . . . Remembers: Art
classes; lunch lines, corridor traffic jams . . . Pet
Peeve: Little people getting underfoot on the
way to lunch . . . Ambition: To become a pro-
STEVEN E. DONAHUE
Steve ... "Come on, will ya?" ... Activities:
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Homeroom
Representative 3; Junior Prom Committee 3;
Junior Variety Show; Senior Prom Committee 3;
Soccer 4 . . . Remembers: Going with Anne, the
war with the class of '65 (we won), the Junior
Variety Show, playing under R. E. D. ... Pet
Peeves: Teachers that don't know how to teach,
the freshmen boys.
Dickie . . . "Don't you think she has nice
legs?" ... Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, Captain
4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4 ... Re-
members: How much fun I had in high school and
also my coaches . . . Pet Peeve: Phonies . . .
Ambition: To stay happy and become a physical
Rich ... "What?" ... Activities: Dance Com-
mittee 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3 . . . Remembers:
0060-0, senior-sophomore war, Crazy Day . . .
Pet Peeve: Nicknames . . . Ambition: To live a
THE THREE STOOGES
Dupey . . . "Where's the coffee" . . . Re-
members: As little school work as possible, sleep-
ing in class, and skimpy lunches . . . Pet Peeves:
TV, sitting & being quiet . . . Ambition: To be
Tom . . . Remembers: Winning arguments with
Mr. Dicey . . . Pet Peeves: Student handbook,
stuff in the cafe called food . . . Ambition: To
get a high paying job and buy a new car.
Rich . . . "You grub, Gianino!" . . . Activities:
Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Math League; Sci-
ence Club; Track . . . Remembers: Tewksbury
'65, Chelmsford '66, football practice after a
loss . . . Ambition: To succeed.
WALTER D. DREW, JR.
Track . . . "Beautiful" . . . Activities: Chess
Club; Science Club; Track . . . Remembers:
Latin class . . . Ambition: To be a bull fighter.
WAYNE M. DREW
Pussycat . . . "Marvey" . . . Activities: Chorus
2; Junior Variety Show; Soccer 3, 4 ... Remem-
bers: G. A. and P. E., Louie's ties, missing Mike's
, "freefall" . . . Pet Peeve: My stupidity . . . Am-
bition: To become a physical education teacher.
PAULA MICHELE DUNLAP
"Rats!" ... Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4;
National Honor Society 3, Secretary 4; Science
Fair; Senior Class Play Usherette . . . Remembers:
Miss Dadoly's class, my Junior Prom . . . Pet
Peeves: People who smoke, stupid rules. . . Am-
bition: To graduate from college, join the Peace
Corps, and get married.
MARY ANN ETHIER
Mary Ann . . . "You're kidding" . . . Activity:
Business Club 3 • • ■ Remembers: The fun I had
with S. B. on a certain month in '64, seeing the
Dave Clark Five with Ann . . Pet Peeves: Con-
ceited cliques, people who think they are better
than anybody else . . . Ambition: To be successful
in whatever I do, to travel around the world.
LINDA J. EVANS
Linda . . . "No-Sa" . . . Activities: Business
Club; Junior Prom Committee; Junior Variety
Show; Pep Club; Senior Play Committee; Year-
book Staff . . . Remembers: Our act in the Junior
Variety Show, my Junior Prom, Crazy Day, cer-
tain people ... Pet Peeves: Waiting in line to
go to the girls' room, "OK, Patriots" . . . Am-
bition: To become a secretary, then become happi-
WENDY J. EVANS
Wen . . . "Retarded Reject, Youth is Power"
. . . Activities: Latin Club 2; Math League 3;
National Honor Society 3, 4; Refreshment Com-
mittee 2, 3; Science Fair 1, 3 ... Remembers:
Peachy P.B., A.J.M., the gang, Franky's lousy
jokes, first lunch in the small cafe, P.F., Junior
Variety Show and classes with Mrs. Lewis, MIT
Science Fair . . . Pet Peeves: Adult apathy, a
certain math and problems course, P.B. . . . Am-
bition: To become a psychologist and serve youth.
SANDRA L. FARMER
Sandy . . . "You know" . . . Activities: Bas-
ketball 1; Business Club 3, 4; Field Hockey 1;
Prom Committee 3; Softball 1, 2; Yearbook Staff
. . . Remembers: Running upstairs after lunch,
Junior Prom . . . Pet Peeves: Rude people, being
frowned at ... Ambitions: To be successful as
a secretary and to learn to drive a Corvette.
PETER JOHN FARRELL
Pete . . . Activities: Band 1, 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3,
4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook . . . Remembers:
401 English, R.E.D. . . . Pet Peeve: Broken fingers
. . . Ambition: To be successful.
PATRICIA ANN FERRERA
. . "Oh really" . . . Activities: Business
Remembers: Betty's trouble, the long
lunch line, working in an office, trying to find
a nice boy . . . Pet Peeves: People who call me
"Bleachie" and girls who think they are something.
"Hey Charlie, Want to take a vote?, Really"
. . . Activities: Alpha 1; Business Club; Yearbook
Remembers: Jon Brown teaching senior
English, Mr. Hamilton's sentence diagrams, Patriot
Drives . . . Pet Peeves: All right you Patriots,
knuckle crackers . . . Ambition: To be successful
in what I attempt.
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Paul Baby ... "What do ya say, baby?" ...
Pet Peeve: Homework . . . Ambition: To be a
draftsman, to go into the service.
Lin . . . "Oh Yeah" . . . Activities: Business
Club 1; Chorus; Pep Club ... Remembers:
Crazy Day, certain teachers, the terrible system
in the girls' room . . . Pet Peeves: Mr. Greco every
morning, "All right, patriots," and boys that
don't call or come when they are supposed to.
A FREE LUNCH FOR ME?'
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Bob . . . "My word" . . . Activities: Band 1, 2;
Baseball 1, 3, 4; Soccer 3 . . . Remembers: Rocky
and the baseball team, Mrs. Horwitz ... Pet
Peeve: Girls who don't mean what they say ...
Ambition: To become an electronics technician.
ANNE L. FLAHERTY
Anne ... "I could laugh, Oh, laugh" . . .
Activities: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Junior
Banquet Committee; Pep Club; Prom Committee
. . . Remembers: A certain guy, Hampton, Sauth-
ie, Junior Week, three car accidents, Medford,
J. P. and G.H. at MacDonald's, weekends at
Groton, the cops ... Pet Peeve: Selfish, head-
strong and obnoxious people.
ROBERT M. FLORES
Bobby . . . "What can I do for you?" . . . Ac-
tivities: Baseball 2, 3; Co-Captain 4; Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Football
1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4 ... Remembers:
Football practices, Thanksgiving Day Game and
the dance afterwards, supper at Sandy's and Jack-
ie's, the Cape, and all the great times I had in my
senior year . . . Pet Peeve: Losing to Chelmsford
. . . Ambition: To graduate from college and be
Fugie ..."All right! All right!" ... Activi-
ties: Alpha; Football 1 ... Remembers: All
the good times I've had and all the bad times
the faculty has had . . . Ambition: To be suc-
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KENNETH A. FOBERG
Ken . . . "Keep swinging" . . . Activities: Band
1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Junior Variety
Show . . . Remembers: Arguing with Mr. Gracef-
fa, our class secretary ... Pet Peeves: People who
don't like jazz, rock 'n' roll . . . Ambition: To
become a professional musician.
YOU CANT TAKE IT WITH YOU, MR. KIRBY.
DAVID W. FOX
Dave . . . "You're kidding me!" . . . Pet Peeve:
People who never admit they made a mistake
. . . Ambition: To do the best I can in everything.
WALTER T. FULLERTON
Wally . . . "Bump pa do be do be bumb" . . .
Remembers: Karen, cars, Mrs. Kaplan telling me
to hurry to classes . . . Ambition: To get a
MARGARET ELAINE FUNK
Peggy . . . "Oh no" . . . Activities: Field
hockey 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 3; Intramural
Tennis 2, 3; Science Fair 1, 2, 3 ... Pet Peeve:
Students who don't care about their future . . .
Ambition: To teach elementary school.
MARJORIE J. GAMBLE
You're kidding, My world" . . . Activities: Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Field Hockey 1, 2,
3, Captain 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor
Society 3, 4; Math League 1, 2, 3, <4; Science Fair
1, 3 ... Remembers: The girls' championship
basketball team, cold French class . . . Ambition:
To become a high school teacher.
RICHARD E. GOODEARL
Rich . . . "What can I say" ... Pet Peeve:
Homework . . . Ambition: To be successful in
whatever I do.
THOMAS E. GORDON
Tom . . . "What do ya say?" . . . Remembers:
Scuba diving, snow and water skiing, swimming,
summer of '66 with Donna . . . Pet Peeve: Girls
with short hair . . . Ambition: To go to college.
"Fox did it" . . . Remembers: Mr. Hamilton's
quiet and peaceful shop classes . . . Pet Peeve:
getting in trouble for something Fox did ...
Ambition: To make a lot of money an easy way.
GERTRUDE E. GAY
Trudy . . . "You're kidding" . . . Remembers:
My three years on the work study program . . .
Pet Peeve: People who call me "Gert" . . .
Ambition: To become happily married and get a
ANDREW F. GIANINO
Andy . . . "Hey, she's cute" . . . Activities: Band
1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Class
Treasurer 1; Vice President 2, 3, 4; Football 1;
Hockey 3; National Honor Society; Science Fair
3; Soccer 2, 3; Student Council . . . Remembers:
Mrs. Lewis' German classes. Plum Island with
M.O. and B.A., meeting K.H. and Geneva Point,
and thumbing up to Lake Winnipesaukee with
Mike . . . Pet Peeve: Having to collect dues from
unwilling students . . . Ambition: To become a
Joe . . . "Hand it up, it's all over" . . . Pet
Peeve: Weird people . . . Ambition: To get out
I RAN ALL THE WAY DOWN HERE FOR THIS?'
Pat . . . "You don't say" . . . Activities: Junior
Variety Show . . . Remembers: Mr. Kelley's great
math classes, the night before the Junior Variety
Show . . . Pet Peeve: To have my people call
me by my name . . . Ambition: To become
Gus . . . "That's the C. A., Yippay" . . . Ac-
tivities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4;
Football 1; Junior and Senior Prom Committees;
Junior Variety Show; Senior Class Play . . . Re-
members: Us, all the laughs I had in this place,
my sophomore year, all the kids, arguing with all
my friends, weekends . . . Pet Peeves: Obvious
phonies in general, dull weekends . . . Ambition:
To have a good time, succeed in what I do, and
wind up in Heaven.
Steve . . . "Let's play hockey" . . . Activities:
Hockey 1, 2; Art Club 2; Student Council 4 . . .
Remembers: Hobbling around in a cast my
whole junior year . . . Pet Peeve: Staying after,
getting to school at 8:01 . . . Ambition: To play
in the National Hockey League, or to be an
engineer, most likely an engineer.
JOHN H. HAMILTON
John . . . "No problem" . . . Activities: Cross-
country 2; Interact Club; Science Club; Soccer
4 ... Remembers: Jamba's wild English classes
. . . Pet Peeve: Listening to the announcements
. . . Ambition: To be an aeronautical engineer.
Debby . . . "Well, I guess I better hang up" . . .
Remembers: Gym with Miss McCarthy, the cafe
and its food . . . Pet Peeve: Knives and spiders
. . . Ambition: To share an apartment with a
ROBERT BRADFORD HAND
Bob ... "Okay, be like that!" ... Activities:
Band, Junior Variety Show . . . Remembers:
Calling Mr. Al Hambelton fat, walking Kathy to
her classes, all the teachers I could have gotten
along without, other than that — nothing . . . Pet
Peeves: Running to lunch and getting caught by
Mr. Kelley . . . Ambitions: To be a music teacher,
to play bass like Brian Wilson.
BLANCHE LILLIAN HANLEY
Twink . . . "I'm serious" . . . Activities: Busi-
ness Club; Homeroom Representative; Pep Club
. . . Remembers: Johnny, being Queen of the
Junior Prom, Miss McManus, Mrs. Webber, danc-
ing . . . Pet Peeve: People who call me pigeon-
toed . . . Ambition: To become an accountant.
Happy, Mr. Lucky . . . "Fine; No butter,
please; Button your collar" . . . Activities: Base-
ball 3, 4; Football 1; Junior Variety Show; Senior
Class Play; Prom Committees . . . Remembers:
Us, skiing, my great coach(?), certain juniors,
and 18ths . . . Pet Peeves: Phoneys, people in
general . . . Ambitions: To decide what my am-
bition is, then to succeed at it.
Shar . . .
SHARON ANN IEMBREE
. . . "Are
you for real?, You gotta be
. . . Activities: Basketball; Dance
3, 4; Junior Variety Show; Prom
4; Pep Club 2, 3; Yearbook ...
Memorial Day weekend, P. J.
parties, writing to Bob, running to lunch, parties
at Dave's, Bruins' games of '66, all my parties,
all the kids I had a lot of fun with . . . Pet Peeve:
the Navy, getting up for school, cars with bucket
seats, gossipers . . . Ambition: To be a successful
secretary, to own a Corvette.
"Really" . . . Activities: Varsity Basketball Man-
ager 4 . . . Remembers: Mr. Krey's chemistry class
. . . Pet Peeve: Getting out of school i/ 2 hour
later than Billerica . . . Ambition: To get a high
IT BEATS THE SCHOOL LUNCHES
'He makes me so mad !" ... Activities: Basket-
ball 2; Softball 2; Cheerleading 3, 4; Junior Va-
riety Show; Math League 1, 2, 3; French Club
4; Dance Committee 2 ... Remembers: Junior
Week, Mr. Kel ley's jokes . . . Pet Peeves: Home-
work, teachers who schedule tests on the same
STEPHEN F. HORTON
Steve . . . "Ya, but" . . . Activities: Hockey 2;
Junior Prom Committee; Track 2, 4 ... Re-
members: Surfing the East Coast with the P. C. S.,
smoking at lunch with Wally . . . Pet Peeves:
Gremmies, Ho' Dads, guys who think they are
DONNA RAE HILLIER
Tinker ... "May I ask you a question? I'm
sorry" . . . Remembers: Kissing in the cafe, drive->
in movies with Rick, Diane's kidney trouble . . .
Pet Peeves: Clicking fingernails, cars with bucket
seats, ignorant people . . . Ambitions: To marry
Rick and have 12 children, and to be a loving
wife and a devoted mother.
ELIZABETH MAE HODGKINS
Betsy, Dizzy . . . "Boy what a grub Things
could be a lot worse" . . . Activities: Alpha 2, 3,
Art Editor 4; French Club 2; President 4; Future
Nurses Club 3, President 4; Junior Prom Com-
mittee; Student Council 3; Student Government
Day . . . Remembers: The day a certain boy wore
a poncho and got thrown out of school, sitting
through boring classes with Mr. Duff, Miss
Hurley, and Mr. Townsend, those awful days
with an awful teacher, the time DeGraff danced
the "monkey" with my mother . . . Pet Peeves:
Teachers who give too much make-up work, gossip
in the girls' room and at lunch . . . Ambition:
To go to college and graduate with a Doctor's
degree, and to be happy and satisfied the rest
of my life.
WILLIAM H. HUDSON
Bill ... "I didn't do it!" ... Activities: Band
1, 2; Soccer 2, 4; Track 1, 2 ... Remembers:
?????? ... Pet Peeve: School Lunches ... Am-
bition: Not to be drafted.
GERARD LEO INGEMI
Jerry . . . "You immature little brat" . . . Ac-
tivities: Bowling, girls, skating, skiing, swim-
ming . . . Remembers: Good times, meeting your
old friends after the vacations . . . Pet Peeve:
Groups of kids talking in the hall . . . Ambition:
To become an electronic technician.
"Oh neat!" ... Activities: Basketball
Cheerleader 2; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Football
Cheerleader 3, Captain 4; Majorette 1, 2; Pep
Club 1, 2; Prom Committee 3, 4; Yearbook . . .
Remembers: Cheering the greatest football team
around, the Junior Prom, the beach party after-
ward, hockey and basketball games, Junior Va-
riety Show, running out of gas, being Thanksgiving
Queen, and my senior year . . . Pet Peeves: Two
faced people, waiting for the phone to ring, late
people . . . Ambition: To lead a happy and success-
DIANE J. JOHNSON
Didee . . . "Oh well, to each his own" . . .
Activities: Basketball 3; Art Club 4; Chorus 1, 2
. . . Remembers: Driver education, gym, basket-
ball, dead football rallies, art classes . . . Pet
Peeve: Snobs, snobs, and more snobs . . . Am-
bition: To become a fashion designer and illus-
ROBERT ALAN JOHNSON
Biej . . . "You think so" . . . Activities: Art
Club; Hockey . . . Remembers: Miss Hellmer's
English classes ... Pet Peeve: Tests . . . Ambition:
To go to art school.
"But" . . . Activities: Alpha Photog-
raphy Staff; Field Hockey Manager . . . Remem-
bers: Mr. C. R. Grant — an understanding teacher
and Biology with Miss Farello ... Pet Peeves:
My twin brother who thinks he's older than I
and open windows in class rooms . . . Am-
bitions: To live a good life, to go to Europe in
June of '67, to visit Germany and England for
the summer again.
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Tex . . . "Keep the penny, don't say I never
gave you anything." . . . Activity: Football . . .
Remembers: Big rush to lunch ... Pet Peeve: Ge-
SANDRA ROBERTA JENSEN
Sandy ... "I hate ta clue ya" . . . Activity:
Softball 2 . . . Remembers: Gym and Mrs. Crow-
ley' s musical chairs . . . Pet Peeves: Jimmy and
people who think they are it . . . Ambition: To
graduate and get a good job.
DIANE MARIE JOHANAN
Di . . . "I care?" . . . Activities: Junior Variety
Show; Softball 1,2 ... Remembers: Mrs. Erick-
son's cold Library, doing bulletins, when there was
a distinction between seniors and underclassmen,
the rush to lunch . . . Pet Peeves: Stuck-up and
conceited people, the stuff they call food in the
cafe . . . Ambition: To become an I.B.M. key-
punch operator and make tons of money.
MICHAEL P. KASZYNSKI
Mr. Kaszynski . . . "Just looking and thinking
and thinking" . . . Activities: Alpha Photography
Staff; Lybatum Club 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2; Chess
Club President; Glee Club; Track and Cross Coun-
try Manager . . . Remembers: Setting school rec-
ords for coming down the gym ropes . . . Pet
Peeve: Speaking before 12:00 noon . . . Ambition:
To have power and money.
Ho! Ho! Ho!
JANICE L. KEARNEY
Jan ... "Is that right?" ... Activity: Junior
Prom Committee . . . Remembers: Miss McManus'
classes, tearing others apart at lunch, being in
the Christmas Program . . . Pet Peeve: School
lunches . . . Ambitions: To be a successful sec-
retary and marry Howie.
LOUIS ROBERT KLEYNEN
Buddy . . . "Know why" . . . Activities: Foot-
ball Manager I; Interact Club 1; Science Fair
1, 2; Student Council 1 . . . Remembers: Junior
Crazy Day, lousy dances, crawling in gym . . .
Pet Peeves: Homework and boring teachers . . .
Ambition: To be successful and rich.
BAN WONT WEAR OFF AS THE GAME WEARS ON.
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Chuck . . . "You're kidding" . . . Activities:
Baseball 3, 4; Football 3 . . . Remembers: Kids of
Wilmington High, Mrs. Horwitz, Junior week,
school lunches . . . Ambition: To enter the service
or college, whichever takes me first.
WILLIAM F. KENNEDY
Bill, Billy ... "A bored one" . . . Activities:
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Math League 2, 3; Student
Council 2, Treasurer 4; Prom Committee 3, 4;
Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Junior Variety Show;
Senior Play . . . Pet Peeves: Spence, Demoulas,
203 • • • Remembers: Groveton, Bruce . . . Ambi-
tion: To stop being lazy.
LINDA ANN KIRBY
Little Sis ... "Anybody do the homework?" . . .
Activities: Basketball 4; Business Club 2, 3, 4;
Junior Prom Committee . . . Remembers: Junior
Variety Show rehearsals ... Pet Peeve: Getting
in and out of lunch tables . . . Ambition: To
get my license and a job.
Hank ... "Right!" ... Activity: Junior Va-
riety Show . . . Remembers: Miss Hellmer's Eng-
lish class . . Pet Peeve: Miss Hellmer's English
class . . . Ambition: To keep out of trouble.
"O-kay, Jeez" . . . Activities: Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Interact Club 3, 4; Junior Rotarian
4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Select-
man 3; Track 1,2 ... Remembers: Tackling prac-
tice, the "Caravan", Monday mornings, Latin I
and Mac . . . Pet Peeves: Watches and clocks
that run slow, people . . . Ambition: To be happy.
ANDREW EMIL VICTOR KREY
Andy ... "Take care!" ... Activities: Band 3,
4; Chorus 1; Latin Club 2; Lybatum Club 4;
National Honor Society 3, Vice-President 4; Sci-
ence Club Treasurer 3, 4; Science Fair 2, 3, 4;
Senior Class Play; State Science Fair 2; Techno-
rama 2 ... Remembers: Crowding in and out
of Mr. Hamilton's car after play rehearsals, Mr.
Keady's world history class, not taking calcu-
lus, Miss Martinelli's Latin III class, having Miss
Halpin three years consecutively for math . . . Pet
Peeves: Small desks, the emphasis on science and
math . . . Ambition: To study the classics and
acquire self-satisfaction for myself and help others
find the same.
Jackie . . . "Do I have to?" . . . Activities:
Baseball 3, 4; Interact Club . . . Remembers: Crazy
Day, school lunches, school dances, our great
senior class . . . Pet Peeves: People who aren't on
time, homework . . . Ambition: To further my
Martha ... "Are you kidding me?, He goes'
. . . Activities: Class Treasurer 3; Dance Com
mittee . . . Remembers: Class of '65 and '66
parties at Dave's; Donna F.; P. J. party and Linda
Animal(?); pumpkining; Junior Prom Attendant;
W.H.S. football games; Junior week; beach par-
ties of '65; the Bruins' games that D.P., D.W.,
L.D., and M.L never go to; one certain boy! . . .
Pet Peeves: 8:00 bell, Monday mornings, people
who know everyone else's business, 3 page short-
hand assignments . . . Ambition: To further my
education and be a success in whatever I at-
Carol . . . "Hey yeah, Oh well, See ya, A bye
ya" . . . Activities: Alpha Staff 1, 2; Art Club;
Chorus 1, 2; Junior Prom Decorating Committee
. . . Remembers: A certain boy, the capers of the
eighth grade, goings on during the movies in
the auditorium, school dances . . . Pet Peeves:
A dance that turns out to be a bomb, gym classes,
teachers that keep you waiting at dismissal, the
lunch time stampede . . . Ambitions: To be for-
ever happy and to fulfill my ambitions.
Lin . . . "Ya know" . . . Activities: Banquet
Committee 3; Dance Committee 2, 3; Junior Va-
riety Show; Pep Club 1, 2; Prom Committee 3,
4 . . . Remembers: Mr. Hamilton's lovely writing
assignments and Mrs. Webber's talks . . . Pet
Peeve: Toboggans . . . Ambition: To get a
good job in the business world, then marry, and
KATHLEEN MARIE LAWRENCE
Kathy ... "Oh good grief!" ... Activities:
Basketball 1, 2; Dance Committee 2, 3; Junior
Variety Show; Prom Committee 3; Senior Play;
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 ... Remembers: Miss Dadoly's
Lonely Hearts Club ... Pet Peeve: Dave M. . . .
Ambition: To finally get my license and get a
GOT ANY MONEY ON YOU?"
ROBERT H. LAWRENCE
. "Dont' worry about it" . . . Activities:
Basketball 2; Cross Country 1, 2; Track 1, 2 ...
Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning . . . Am-
bition: To graduate and find a good job.
Dede . . . Activities: Alpha Staff; Dance Com-
mittees; Future Teachers Club; Junior Variety-
Show; Pep Club; Prom Committee; Softball . . .
Remembers: Ruby Tuesday, Mrs. Lewis' great
Spanish Class, Junior Variety Show practices . . .
Pet Peeves: Having potato chips everyday for
lunch, teachers that insist that you shouldn't
work after school . . . Ambition: To be the
best elementary teacher ever.
ROBERT M. LEVERONE
Bob . . . "You out of your tree?" . . . Activ-
ities: Soccer . . . Remembers: When we could
smoke out back . . . Pet Peeve: Girls who don't
say hi when you say hi to them . . . Ambition:
To become an automotive mechanic.
To "Is that right?" . . . Activities: Dance
Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf Club; Homeroom Rep-
resentative; Prom Committee Chairman; Ski Club;
Yearbook . . . Remembers: The day Chris and I
caucht Mr. Duff's neck in a door, the day Sharon
and I spent $100 in ten minutes, senior corridor
duty, breaking my skis ... Pet Peeves: Two-faced
people and people who don't smile . . . Ambi-
tions: To become a dental hygienist and travel
through Europe and someday ski the Swiss Alps.
"Sure" . . . Activities: Basketball,
Prom Decorating Committee; Senior Play . . .
Remembers: Mr. Duff's math class, play rehearsals
Pet Peeve: Standing in line to get into the
girls' room . . . Ambitions: to travel, to succeed
in everything I attempt.
AW ITS LOCKED"
CHRISTINE MARIE LUKEN
Chris . . . "Oh laugh, I just gotta tell ya" . . .
Activities: Dance Committee; Pep Club; Prom
Committee 3, 4; Science Fair 3; Senior Play
Committee; Student Council . . . Remembers: Jun-
ior Week, trips to Hampton, Southie, three car
accidents, Medford, Paul, W.H.S. football teams,
Tunior Prom, MacDonald's, weekend at Groton,
D and the E-7's ... Pet Peeve: Conceited people
who think they are something they are not . .
Ambitions: To be a teacher and be successful in
whatever I do.
"Did you hear about" . . . Remembers: Geometry
class in 236 ... Pet Peeve: A geometry teacher
in 236 ... Ambition: To be a radio-television
ARTHUR LLOYD, JR.
Artie, . . . Activities: Baseball, Junior Prom
Committee, Soccer . . . Remembers: English in
the eleventh grade ... Pet Peeve: My English
teacher in the twelfth grade .'. . Ambition: To get
a good job.
WALTER G. LLOYD
Putts ... Activities: Football 1; Hockey 2, 4;
Patron Drive for Senior Play . . . Remembers:
Mr. Kelley's jokes in algebra, Steve and I having
smokes and not getting caught, running to lunch
and not getting stopped. . . Pet Peeves: Getting
up in the morning, kids who think they are
better than you are, but are not . . . Ambition:
To try to learn how to surf, to be successful at
whatever I try.
Joanie ... "I doubt it" ... Activities: Alpha
staff, Junior Variety Show, Senior Class Play . . .
Remembers: Mr. Kelley's fun tests, our delightful
chemistry labs with Miss Dadoly, our Variety
Show that almost didn't make it . . . Pet Peeve:
Mrs. Joseph's history class . . . Ambition: To
graduate and get a good job.
DAVID PAUL MACEACHERN
"Que" . . . Activities: Alpha Staff, Band, Jun-
ior Variety Show, Lybatum Club, Senior Class
Play . . . Pet Peeve: When people say "Don't
do that" and they get mad when you don't do
it . . . Ambition: To teach.
Martha ... "Good Lord!" ... Activities: Bas-
ketball 1; Basketball Cheerleading 2, 3; Dance
Committees 2, 3, 4; Football Cheerleading 4; Gym-
nastics 1, 2; Junior and Senior Prom Committees;
Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Yearbook . . . Remembers: Many
cheerleading practices; W.H.S. football games;
T.S.C.; 39 day wait; P.J. parties; a certain party
in August of '66; Rt. 93 with Jo; many long prob-
lem solving sessions with Janie, Judy, Jo, and
Barb; the wonderful teachers I have had through-
out the six years at W.H.S. ... Pet Peeve: People
who are two-faced and lie ... Ambition: To be
the best wife and mother anyone could wish for.
MARGARET WININFRED MACMULLIN
Activities: Basketball; Business Club; Intra-
murals; Junior Prom Committee; Pep Club; Soft-
ball; Yearbook . . . Remembers: Fooling around
in the locker room after school . . . Pet Peeve: Peo-
ple who bite their fingernails . . . Ambition: To
live a happy and healthy life.
Ginny . . . "I'm late" . . . Remembers: The fun
we had, Art and Mickey . . . Pet Peeves: Getting
up in the morning and term tests. . . Ambition:
To graduate and be happy.
Bob . . . "Got a smoke?" . . . Activities: Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3 ... Remembers: B.J. P.; Diane;
April 2, 1966; Mr. D's drafting class ... Pet
Peeve: Fighting with Diane.
"Ya know" ... Activities: Business Club 3;
Intramural Basketball; Junior Banquet Committee;
Junior Prom Committee; Junior Variety Show;
National Honor Society; Senior Class Play; Year-
book . . . Remembers: The summers at Hampton,
Macdonald's and the accident there, J.W. and T.H.,
Senior English class . . . Pet Peeves: Working on
Saturdays, school lunches, getting up on Monday
mornings . . . Ambition: To be a private secretary
in New York.
Pablo, "Alice, como esta usted?" ... Activities:
Basketball 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2 ...
Remembers: Party after the Thanksgiving game,
the football season of my senior year, riots in the
cafe, Coach Bellissimo and Mr. Palm . . . Pet
Peeve: People who tell me the football team is
lousy . . . Ambition: To speak fluent Spanish.
Kathy ... I'm still restricted!" "Hi guys" ...
Activities: Basketball; Dance Committee 2; Pep
Club; Senior Class Play . . . Remembers: Moving
three times in three years, W. K. and P. M. trying
to put me in P. M.'s locker . . . Pet Peeve: Mov-
ing, certain people slamming my locker when I'm
in a rush . . . Ambition: To be a successful sec-
WATCH OUT FOR THAT POST !
Billy . . . "He's gotta be kidding" . . . Activ-
ities: Math League ... Remembers:. First day
at W.H.S. ... Pet Peeve: Teachers who don't
give tests back . . . Ambition: To attend North-
PAMELA M. McINNIS
Pam . . . "What an idiot" . . . Activities: Band;
Dance Committee 2, 4; Future Homemakers Club
4; Future Teachers Club 4; Junior and Senior
Prom Committees; Junior Variety Show; Pep Club
4; Ski Club 2; Yearbook . . . Remembers: Junior
Variety Show; Sonny & Cher; Junior Week; July
8; senior year; hockey; basketball football games,
and parties; North High, California; a GTO,
all the fun Jeanne and I had; a certain P.J. party
and "Night Prowlers"; all the good times during
my four years of high school . . . Pet Peeves:
Fat people, conceited people . . . Ambitions: To
go to secretarial school, become a stewardess,
then get married and live a happy and long
EUGENE D. McKAY
Gene . . . "That's what she said" . . . Remem-
bers: Paying Bill a dollar to keep my name off the
list . . . Pet Peeve: Teachers who flunk students
because their marks are not high enough . . .
Ambition: To become a cabinet maker.
FoFo . . . "Well, not really" . . . Activities:
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee;
Junior Variety Show . . . Remembers: Two great
proms with Carl and the parties afterwards. Pet
Peeve: People, especially teachers, who talk too
much . . . Ambition: To become a dietician.
ANOTHER YEAR— MONTMARTRE
Bobbie . . . "How about that" . . . Activities:
Basketball 3; Business Club 4; Field Hockey 3;
Junior Varsity Show . . . Remembers: Junior Va-
riety Show, class meetings, bomb scares, gym
classes . . . Pet Peeves: People who cut in lunch
lines, always being the shortest, gossip, impolite
boys, school lunches . . . Ambition: To marry Bob,
to grow to five feet, to get my license, to be an
Donna . . . "Ma, can I take the car?" ... Activ-
ities: Junior Variety Show; Prom Committee 3,
4; Softball 2, 3 ... Remembers: Junior Week, the
comedy hour in Spanish Class . . . Pet Peeve:
People who think they're something they are not
. . . Ambition: To go to college and graduate.
LESLIE ANN MEADS
Les . . . "Tell me!" . . . Activities: Alpha 1, 4;
Art Club 2, 3; Dance Committee 2; Junior Va-
riety Show; Play Committee 4; Prom Committee 3;
Student Council Secretary 4; Yearbook staff 4
. . . Pet Peeves: Walking to school in the snow,
substitutes that don't give studies . . . Ambition:
To write the best seller of the century.
Groove . . . "Sex is the breath of life, breathe
deeply!" ... Remembers: The Stones, Donovan,
the Electric Prunes ... Pet Peeve: The Narcotics
Bureau . . . Ambition: To live in the Village.
JOSEPHINE R. MICALIZZI
Jo . . ."Is that right?" . . . Activities: Business
Club, Pep Club . . . Remembers: 10:00 break, work
study . . . Pet Peeves: People who call me
"shortie" and people who think they are better
than anyone else . . . Ambition: To become a hair-
dresser and get married.
ANGELO L. MORLANI
Angie . . . "Hey man" . . . Activities: Cross
Country 2, 3; Dance Band; High School Band
1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3 ... Remembers: Junior
Week, Mr. Kelley's Algebra II class ... Pet
Peeve: First year teachers . . . Ambition: To be-
come a professional musician and teacher.
FRANCIS J. MORTELLETI
Moose . . . "Aw, come on" . . . Activities: Jun-
ior Dance and Prom Committees, Junior Variety
Show, Senior Play . . . Remembers: Mr. Fardy's
bow tie ... Pet Peeve: Mr. Dicey's drawing
evaluation stamp . . . Ambition: To become an
DOROTHY HELEN MUIR
Dolly ... "Jeepers crow!" ... Activities: Cho-
rus 1; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Home Economics
Club 4; Junior Prom Committee; Junior Variety
Show; Pep Club 2, 3; Senior Play Committee . . .
Pet Peeves: People who think they're something
that they are not and people who talk too much
. . . Ambition: To become a professional model.
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JOANNE BOISE MILLER
Jojo . . . Activities: Art Club, French Club, Jun-
ior Variety Show, Math League . . . Remembers:
The songs sung in English class . . . Pet Peeve:
The goggles in chemistry lab ... Ambition: To
be a missionary or social worker.
Trixie . . . "That's kinda cool" . . . Remembers:
Johnny, dances in Reading, Diane, and lunches
with D. O. and M. O. . . . Pet Peeve: People
who don't believe in second chances. . . . Ambi-
tion: To marry and live a long and happy life.
TANIS E. MOODY
Taris ... "Good grief!" ... Activities: Alpha
Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2; Field Hockey 2,
3; Junior Variety Show; Senior Class Play; Year-
book . . . Remembers: The gang on the beach,
driver education, Wayne's "books" . . . Pet Peeve:
People who give advice cheaply . . . Ambition: To
become a commercial artist.
DONNA LOUISE NARDONE
Donna . . . "Well, chief" . . . Activities: Jun-
ior Prom Decorating Committee . . . Remembers:
Mrs. Crowley and all her good advice . . . Pet
Peeve: Cheerleaders who think they're it ...
Ambition: To choose between Roger and George.
NO MATTER WHAT SHAPE YOUR STOMACH'S IN
Stu . . . "Ask me if I care" . . . Activities:
Junior Variety Show; Math League 1, 2, 3;
Track 1, 2, 3 ... Remembers: Phoolish Physics,
Deutch Drei . . . Pet Peeve: Tripping over under-
classmen . . . Ambition: To reach the stars.
Dave . . . "Ya, I reckon" . . . Activities: Science
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4 ... Remembers:
When W.H.S. had bomb scares, Miss Tellier's
physics class . . . Pet Peeve: Crummy school lunch-
es ... Ambition: To get into and go through
I SHOULD HAVE DANCED ALL NIGHT
LEO PATRICK O'CONNELL
Okie ... "Be good!" ... Activities: Band 1;
Baseball 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Hockey 2, 3, 4;
Interact 2, 3, 4; Junior Ring Committee; Ski
Club 2; Student Council 2 . . . Remembers: Bev,
Bruins' games, hockey games, skiing on Win-
nipesaukee, Physics 402, the gang in the small
cafe . . . Pet Peeve: People who "sniff" . . .
Ambition: To be a professional pilot and live a
Skip ... Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis
... Remembers: The mad dash . to the cafeteria
for lunch . . . Ambition: To be an accountant.
Richie ... "I doubt it" . . . Activities: Base-
ball 3, 4; Cross-country; Science Club 2; Soccer
3, 4 ... Remembers: German III class with
Mrs. Lewis . . . Pet Peeve: Homework . . . Am-
bition: To play on the Red Sox.
NANCY RUTH O'BRIEN
Nancy ... "I doubt it" . . . Activities: Dance
Committee 2; Junior Prom Committee; Junior
Variety show; Senior Play; Softball . . . Re-
members: The Junior Variety Show and all the
rehearsals; the weekend in Marshfield with M.S.,
K.C., and D.N.; all the fun in the four years
. . . Pet Peeve: People who think they are per-
fect . . . Ambition: To complete college and to
be happy and successful in whatever I attempt.
MICHAEL J. O'REILLY
Flipper . . . "What goes on here?" . . . Activ-
ities: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Football 2;
Hockey 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Jun-
ior Variety Show . . . Remembers: Senior-sopho-
more war, the pond, our Junior Prom, Mr. U.J.G.,
Bruins' games, Smitty and our sign, our parade,
Baldy . . . Pet Peeves: Monday mornings and
homework . . . Ambition: To be a success at what-
ever I attempt.
MICHAEL P. O'ROURKE
Mike . . . "Who, me?" . . . Activities: Baseball
1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Math League;
National Honor Society President; Science Club
1, 2; Ski Club 2 ... Remembers: Plum Island
with Andy and Bob, Chelmsford '66, North An-
dover '66 ... Pet Peeve: Rainy or muddy football
JAMES WAYNE PARK
Parkie ... "I bet!" . . . Remembers: Mr. Dris-
coll helping the work-study students . . . Ambition:
To be a millionaire.
DOROTHY E. PATTERSON
Dorsey ... "I don't get it, I'm serious!" ...
Activities: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Homeroom
Representative; Junior Variety Show; Pep Club;
Prom Committee 3, 4; Ticket Committee 2, 3* 4;
Yearbook . . . Remembers: Football, hockey, and
basketball games; running to lunch; jam sessions
at the high school and plaza; the game L. C,
M. L., D. W., and I never got to . . . Pet Peeves:
People who keep you waiting, outspoken people,
people who start rumors, and alwavs being told
that I'm boy crazy . . . Ambitions: To be happy
and to make other people happy, to attend
school and be happily married.
"Ya, sure" . . . Remembers: Work study, when
you could smoke out back . . . Pet Peeve: Steady
Wink ... Remembers: Racing stockcars, tall
teachers ... Pet Peeve: Too many regulations . . .
Ambition: To become a top mechanic.
JANET MARIE PERRY
Jan ... "Right?" ... Activities: Basketball 1;
Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Represent-
ative; Pep Club 1, 3; Prom Committee ... Re-
members: Bruins' games, Boston, P. J. parties,
summer of '66, D.O.'s house, girl's night out,
Memorial Day weekend, pumpkining, Oct. 30,
writing to a special someone, Crazy Day . . .
Ambition: To go to Europe, settle down, and
live a happy and successfull life.
TIME OUT FOR DAWSON
Marty ... "I'm not asleep, really!" ... Activ-
ities: Band 1, 2; Baseball 1; Football 1; Track
1, 2, 3, 4 ... Remembers: German 3 with Mrs.
Lewis, exchange concerts with the band . . .
Pet Peeve: Monday morning at 7:00 . . . Ambi-
tion: To become rich and retire at 50.
Boo . . . Activities: Basketball 3; Dance Com-
mittee 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee; Junior Va-
riety Show; Senior Class Play; Student Govern-
ment Day . . . Remembers: 7th grade math class,
Mrs. Webber's dramatic classes, a certain short-
hand term test, play rehearsals, going to Boston
with Mai, and all my dates with Pat . . . Pet
Peeves: Getting up in the morning, doing home-
work, conceited people and know-it-alls, people
who call me Barbara . . . Ambition: To succeed
in not getting married for 5 years.
Gigs . . . "It's about the fact that" . . . Activ-
ities: Art Club 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club
4; Junior Prom Committee; Junior Variety Show;
Pep Club 2, 3 ... Remembers: Chemistry lab . . .
Pet Peeves: "The click," cheating . . . Ambition:
To be an elementary teacher.
"AND THEN I TOLD THE PRESIDENT
Pam . . . "That was pretty funny!" . . . Activ-
ities: Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Decoration Com-
mittee 1, 2, 3; Junior Variety Show; Senior Class
Play . . . Remembers: Senior Class Play, Junior
Variety Show, childcare classes, Mr. Keady's class-
es, shorthand classes, laughing so hard in the
corridor that I had an accident . . . Pet Peeves:
Getting up in the morning, people who are too
critical, unfriendly people . . . Ambition: To make
people happy and to get along with everyone I
Doug . . . Remembers: Mr. Murphy's gym class
. . . Pet Peeve: Haircuts . . . Ambition: To start
Bill . . . "Sorry about that chief!" . . . Activity:
Hockey 2 . . . Remembers: Running to lunch and
not getting caught . . . Pet Peeve: Getting up in
the morning to go to school . . . Ambition: To
be a machinist or printer.
Nance ... "What can I say!" ... Activities:
Business Club 3, 4; Dance Committee 3, 4; Pep
Club 1, 2; Softball 2 . . . Remembers: My fights
with Jackie, K.S., school lunches, Junior Crazy
Day, J.P.'s party . . . Pet Peeve: A senior in
my junior year, two-faced people . . . Ambition:
To be successful in whatever I do.
Lyn ... "Am I ever glad it is Friday!" ...
Activities: Usherette for Junior Variety Show;
Science Fair 1, 2 ... Remembers: Mrs. Joseph's
U.S. History class, how dangerous it was to
be on the stairs when the lunch bell rang, how
exhilarating Mr. Cogan's problems class was . . .
Pet Peeve: Insincerity . . . Ambition: To be a
nurse in the armed forces.
Fran ... "Oh, Bee!" ... Remembers: The
junior year . . . Pet Peeve: The draft board . . .
Ambition: To be a hairdresser.
PAUL E. PRICE
Pep . . . "Smarten up!" . . . Remembers: Being
first in the lunch line . . .Pet Peeve: Sitting
in detention till 4 o'clock . . . Ambition: To be
successful in whatever I attempt.
JANICE MARIE ROBBINS
Jan . . . "Is that right" . . . Activities: Basket-
ball Cheerleader 2; Class Secretary 2, 3, 4; Dance
Committee 2, 3, 4; Pep Club; Prom Committee;
Softball 1, 2; Yearbook . . . Remembers: Bruins'
games, cleaners, P. J. parties, D.O.'s pig farm,
summer of '66, girls night out, ski trip, pumpkin-
ing, double dates, David, 2/25/66 . . . Pet Peeves:
Moody people, getting up in the morning . . .
Ambitions: To be happy in whatever I attempt,
to get along with Dave.
"ROBIN AND I WILL BE THERE RIGHT AWAY, COMMISSIONER"
CATHERINE MARIE ROBERSON
Cathie . . . "What, are you thinking about?"
. . . Remembers: Junior Prom, class ring, locker
908, class of '65, Navy Press Blues, '62 Chevy,
eight studies a week, Shop Math I ... Pet
Peeves: Good-byes, two-faced friends, getting out
of a nice warm bed to put Star-lite out, Uncle
Sam . . . Ambition: To be happily married, to
get another German shepherd, to own a yellow
G.T.O., to go to the Indianapolis 500.
JUDITH F. SCHENA
Jude . . . "Are you kidding?" . . . Remembers:
Miss McManus's story, the lunches . . . Pet Peeves:
Boring homework, long lunch line . . . Ambition:
To graduate and live a happy life.
GAIL MARIE ROBERTS
Gailie ... "I doubt it" . . . Activities: Dance
Committee 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Prom Committee
3, 4 ... Remembers: Bruins' games, pajama par-
ties, summer of '66, Friday night with the girls,
Memorial Day week-end, pumpkining, writing let-
ters to Rick, ski trip ... Pet Peeves: The war,
and Monday mornings . . . Ambition: To be a sec-
retary, get married, and live a happy, successful
Jinx ... "Mornin!" ... Activities: Hostess at
Senior Banquet: Special Chorus 3; Senior Class
Play Usherette 4 . . . Remembers: Trips into Bos-
ton with Kay and Don, Mrs. Horwitz's English
404 . . . Pet Peeve: Getting up so early to come
to school . . . Ambition: To go as far as possible
in the field of beauty.
CAROL ANN SCAPICHIO
Carol . . . "What can I say" . . . Activities:
Dance Committee 2, 3; Latin Club 1, 4; Junior
Variety Show; Pep Club 1,4 ... Remembers:
Junior Week, Mrs. L's girls' room, school lunches,
D. D. ... Ambition: To graduate from college
and enter the Navy.
"When do we eat?" . .
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Interact 1; Science
Club 4 . . . Pet Peeve: Teachers who do or say
the same thing over and over . . . Ambition: To
attend Northeastern and major in psychology.
KAREN M. SEVENER
Kar . . . "Beautiful" . . . Activities: Basketball
Manager 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey
3; Future Teachers Club Vice President; Head
Start Volunteer; Senior Play; Tennis 3 ... Re-
members: Miss Kalill and the chorus, chemistry
lab, gym . . . Pet Peeves: Slang language of stu-
dents, cheating, evil gossip . . . Ambition: To
be an elementary teacher.
Shane . . . "Is that right?" . . . Activities: Base-
ball 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3; Prom Committee 3
. . . Remembers: Running out of gas in Bill M's
'48 Plymouth, trip to the cape with Bill M. and
Louie M., card games during summer, football
practices; ... Pet Peeve: School, first year teach-
ers ... Ambition: To be happy in whatever I do.
Shemp . . . "Somebody light up" . . . Activities:
Junior Variety Show, Senior Class Play . . .
Remembers: Mrs. Horwitz, card games, the War-
locks . . . Pet Peeves: Getting up for school,
homework . . . Ambition: To work at something
FREDERICK VINCENT SHINE
Skippy ... "I ain't kiddin' ya, now" . . . Activ-
ities: Science Fair 1,2 ... Remembers: Missing
school every Thursday in 1965-66 to go to the
hospital . . . Pet Peeves: People who go around
in circles and think they're big wheels, people
who are always up in the trees . . . Ambition:
To be a success, get rich, and live ever after.
JAMES M. SHINE
Jim . . . Activities: Alpha Staff; Chess Club 2,
3; Cross Country 3; Junior Prom Committee ...
Remembers: The things not done, the places
not went . . . Pet Peeve: Lab reports, girls who
think they're it . . . Ambition: To own my own
DAVID F. SONIA
"You bone" . . . Activities: Band 3, 4 ...
Remembers: Splitting pants at North Hampton
Band, Foberg's band directing . . . Pet Peeve:
Homeroom discussions . . . Ambition: to be a
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Tom . . . Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4 ... Pet
Peeve: Homework . . . Ambition: To be a million-
"ONCE MORE, NORTON'
Lin ... "Rou rasked ror rit!" ... Activities:
Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom; Junior
Variety Show; Nurse's Club; Pep Club; Senior
Prom; Ski Club . . . Remembers: Hampton, a cer-
tain fad in my senior year; Thanksgiving week,
ragon talk ... Pet Peeves: Teachers who are
boring, people who think they are great.
ALICE ANN STANLEY
. "I don't know" . . . Activities: Pep
Club; Prom Decoration committee . . . Remembers:
Getting caught skipping school, girls' room at
JEANNE ANN SULLIVAN
Jeannie . . . "Really?" . . . Activities: Dance
Committee 2, 3; Pep Club 3; Prom Committee;
Senior Class Play; Ski Club . . . Remembers: Miss
Dadoly's Lonely Hearts Club . . . Ambition: To
Bratnella . . . "Hi brat" . . . Activities: Basket-
ball 3, 4; Band; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-ed Corre-
spondent; Field Hockey; Future Teachers Club;
Home Economics Club President; Junior Variety
Show; Tennis . . . Remembers: Miss D's chem
lab, Miss K's chorus rehearsals . . . Pet Peeve:
People who lie ... Ambition: To be a happy
Checo . . . "Who did the homework?" . . .
Activities: Basketball 2; Dance Committee 2, 3
. . . Remembers: Mac's Home Ec. classes, Mrs.
Horwitz's English classes, walking to class with
Earle . . . Pet Peeve: The draft board . . . Am-
bition: To get married and raise a family.
LINDA MARIE THEBEAU
Pee Wee, . . . "Not this little girl!" . . . Activ-
ities: Alpha typist, Basketball, Business Club, Year-
book . . . Remembers: Being with Tommy; the
fad of '66, the vents in the girls' room; skiing at
Sunapee; all my little talks with "Mighty Margie
Mouse" about a certain someone; the great times
spent with Margie, Kathy, Sandy, and "Benjie."
PAUL LEO THERIAULT
"Is that right?" ... Activities: Baseball 1, 2,
3, 4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4;
Junior Variety Show; Prom Committee 3, 4 ...
Remembers: Junior Week, J.V. Show, Friendly's,
Bruins' games, Red . . . Pet Peeve: Two faced
people . . . Ambition: To go to college.
WHAT DO YOU MEAN
CASSELLO IS GREAT?
ELIZABETH M. SZADIS
Betty ... "You wouldn't kid me, would ya?"
. . . Activities: Chorus; Dance Committee 3, 4;
Ring Committee 3; Softball 2 ... Remembers:
Nancy's ulcer, going to Boston with Pat, cooking
in the car trunk ... Pet Peeve: Taking the bus,
M.H. working nights . . . Ambition: To return
to the Berkshires, and to have a happy and success-
Charlie . . . "Knock it off" . . . Remembers: The
long nights in the detention Room . . . Pet Peeves:
Girls, cafe lunches . . . Ambition: To skip with-
out getting caught, to graduate.
Ron . . . Activities: Chess . . . Remembers: When
grades 7-12 were all in this building . . . Pet
Peeve: Kids that brag about how smart they are
. . . Ambition: To become a captain in the Mer-
BARBARA ANN TRAILL
Barbs . . . "Super cool" . . . Activities: Chess
Club 1, 2; Dance Committee 2; Prom Committee
3; Junior Variety Show; . . . Remembers: Sharing
lockers with Alan, lunch with Leslie . . . Pet
Peeve: Boys' night out . . . Ambition: To be a
good teacher and a good wife.
DAVID W. TRICKETT
Dave ... "Is that right?" . . . Activities: Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 2, 3; Football
1; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee ... Pet
Peeve: Running out of gas . . . Ambition: To go to
school and be successful without really trying.
Gov . . . "Me great — you old buzzard" . . .
Activities: Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1; Football 1
. . . Remembers: Ellen, Mr. Dicey's threats . . .
Pet Peeve: Going to school at 8:00 ... Ambi-
tion: To go to college, to be a bachelor.
DONNA LOUISE VONKAHLE
"Are you for real?" . . . Activities: Junior
Dance, Advertising Committee . . . Remembers:
Vents in the girls' room . . . Pet Peeves: Staying
after, whispering girls . . . Ambition: To marry.
NANCY JANE WEINBERG
Nan . . . "Oh, really" . . . Activities: Field
Hockey 1, 2, 3; Latin Club; Math League; Ten-
nis ... Ambition: To be successful and happy.
Chip . . .
Activities: Football 1 . .
drafting classes .
DANIEL W. WENTZELL
. . Remembers: Dan . . . "Norman diayle — work and fun" . . .
Ambition: To Remembers: When T. G. & D. W. went to
Marlboro and D. W. blew it, physics class . . . Pet
Peeve: Show offs . . . Ambition: To go to col-
lege and be successful.
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STEPHEN N. WHITE
Beany . . . "Unbelievable, I could care" . . .
Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Variety show;
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Class Play . . .
Remembers: First grade, singing with Linda, nights
down Reading Forest . . . Pet Peeve: Getting
caught skipping school . . . getting caught run-
ning to lunch, going out for gym . . . Ambition:
To retire young and stay out of trouble.
RALPH A. WHITNEY
Activities: Science Club 3, Vice-President 4;
Science Fair 2, 3; 3rd place 2, 2nd place 3 . . .
Remembers: Chemistry lab ... Pet Peeve: Para-
sites . . . Ambition: To be a research engineer.
"Oh Pat" . . . Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Math League 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society
3, 4; Softball 1, 2 ... Remembers: Unprepared
French skits, Judy, basketball practices . . . Pet
Peeve: Mr. Kelley's math tests . . . Ambition:
To be a nurse and join the Peace Corps.
JANET LOUISE WHITHAM
Jan ... "Really? Whoopee do!" ... Activ-
ities: Dance Committee 3, 4; French Club 4;
Future Teachers Club 4; Prom Committee; Senior
Play; Student Council 3 • ■ • Remembers: Latin
with Mr. Eagar, French skits with K. C, Span-
ish 1, war on the freshmen ... Pet Peeves: Snobs,
boring teachers, noisy people, cold classrooms,
R. W., school lunches . . . Ambition: To travel
and become a good French teacher.
DAVID A. WINTERS
Dave . . . "Stupid Hoss, let's play Ida" . . .
Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3; Football 1;
Math League 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4
. . . Remembers: Ida, Dr. Hemminger, DeMouIas
. . . Ambition: To graduate from college.
RONALD HOWARD WOLFF, JR.
Ron . . . "T.S." . . . Activities: Chess Club 2,
3; Math League 2, 3, 4; National Honor So-
ciety 3, 4; Science Fair 2, 3; Senior Play; Stu-
dent Government Day 3, 4; Track Cross Country
3; Valedictorian 4 . . . Remembers: Student Gov-
ernment Speech; Karen M . . . Pet Peeve: Dave
Beori . . . Ambition: To become a history teacher
at Harvard or U. Cal.
Woody, Sally . . . "Hey, Boobie!" . . . Activities:
Football 3, 4; Hockey Manager 4; Track 4; Jun-
ior Variety Show 3 • • ■ Remembers: The party
after the Thanksgiving game and Ken Palm's jokes
. . . Pet Peeve: Freshmen and walking to class
. . . Ambition: To beat anyone from Chelmsford.
Eddie . . . Activities: Chorus; Future Teachers
Club . . . Pete Peeves: Long lunch lines, cold class
rooms . . . Ambition: To be a teacher.
Lanie . . . "Oh, brother!" . . . Activities: Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Club 4; Field Hockey
2, 3, 4; Junior Variety Show; Music 1, 2; Opera-
tion Head Start Assistant; Tennis 2 ... Remem-
bers: Basketball and field hockey games; girls
rooms; student-teacher games; football rallies . . .
Pet Peeve: School lunches and crabby teachers . . .
Ambition: To be happy and successful in whatever
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